Tuscan Hillside Home and Barn - Encore

Home remodeled by JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates). First remodel and addition was in 2006, designed by BAR Architects, San Francisco. Second remodel was in 2013, by James McCalligan Architect, Santa Rosa, CA, with interior design by Jacques Saint Dizier, Healdsburg, CA. Photo credits: Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios, Santa Rosa, CA.

A Mediterranean-style home with 8,500 square feet of living space, this home features recycled old beams and beautiful cabinetry. Terraced into the hillside and overlooking the valley and vineyards below, the grounds are handsomely landscaped and feature a vanishing edge pool. A separate barn with a copper roof doubles as an office space.
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Home remodeled by JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates). First remodel and addition was in 2006, designed by BAR Architects, San Francisco. Second remodel was in 2013, by James McCalligan Architect, Santa Rosa, CA, with interior design by Jacques Saint Dizier, Healdsburg, CA. Photo credits: Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios, Santa Rosa, CA. A Mediterranean-style home with 8,500...More
“stone wall” — Senk Apuli
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Home remodeled by JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates). First remodel and addition was in 2006, designed by BAR Architects, San Francisco. Second remodel was in 2013, by James McCalligan Architect, Santa Rosa, CA, with interior design by Jacques Saint Dizier, Healdsburg, CA. Photo credits: Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios, Santa Rosa, CA. A Mediterranean-style home with 8,5...More
“Barn” — klaws
Tuscan Hillside Home and Barn - Encore
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Home remodeled by JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates). First remodel and addition was in 2006, designed by BAR Architects, San Francisco. Second remodel was in 2013, by James McCalligan Architect, Santa Rosa, CA, with interior design by Jacques Saint Dizier, Healdsburg, CA. Photo credits: Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios, Santa Rosa, CA. A Mediterranean-style home with 8,500...More
“layout,can open to out doors, beams” — lemonheadred2
Tuscan Hillside Home and Barn - Encore
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Home remodeled by JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates). First remodel and addition was in 2006, designed by BAR Architects, San Francisco. Second remodel was in 2013, by James McCalligan Architect, Santa Rosa, CA, with interior design by Jacques Saint Dizier, Healdsburg, CA. Photo credits: Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios, Santa Rosa, CA. A Mediterranean-style home with 8,500...More
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