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Possible water feature in foyer, does not have to be this big
three lushly landscaped acres, this architecturally distinctive masterpiece combines old world charm with new world luxury and style. Its exquisite features include six bedroom suites with private verandas and soothing fountains throughout. The gourmet kitchen has two walk in pantries, separate butler's
I like the water and the curved wall, but would go concave and don't know about water on the ground floor
Mediterranean Stone Stairway
if we made the wrong choice. Luckily, Eldorado Stone really made it!” Eldorado Stone Profile Featured: Orchard Cypress Ridge with a khaki grout color (overgrout technique) Eldorado Brick Profile Featured: Cassis ModenaBrick with a khaki grout color (overgrout technique) Architect: South Coast Architects
Virginia Staircase Designer and Manufacturer
Southern Staircase is the industry leading designer, manufacturer and installer of high quality custom staircases and handrail solutions.
Conrado - Home Builders
Los Gatos Mediterranean Custom Home
built the main house, the guest house, and the pool and installed all of the hardscaping and landscaping. Special features include imported clay tile roofing, a round garage (to mimic an old water tank), a whole house generator, and radiant floor heat throughout. Architect: Michael Layne & Associates Landscape
concrete and wood, radiant-heating systems can be installed under tile. This 15,000-square-foot house in Saratoga, California, by Conrado Home Builders features radiant-floor heating throughout — even in this traditional-looking, tiled entryway.
Harbor Beach Residence
A Mediterranean Custom Home With a Modern Twist, by Mega Builders
curved glass water fall
wall feature upon entry
interior water fall...water cut tile...The wall feature
very interesting rock feature inside the house!
large basalt boulders forms the nexus of the house. The pile once included a functioning fountain, but as the number of grandchildren grew, the water feature was sacrificed for the sake of greater dining space. "All of the grandchildren love it," says Carol. "It's constantly climbed all over when they're