Carriage House

Designed in the traditional carriage house style with garages below and living quarters up. Eclectic mix of new and old materials including architectural savage elevator doors, chalkboard slate hearth, cobble wood floor, salvaged timber, reclaimed redwood siding, bowling alley countertops, etc. Other features include plaster walls inside, three coat stucco outside, geo-thermal heating and cooling, super-insulated, Energy Star rated.
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a little piece of heaven.
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Steep side yard terraced wtih rock retaining walls and limestone steps. Designed after traditional carriage houses. Three car garage below, 1200 sf apartment above.
“Retaining wall” — tomsenecal
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“El restirador” — borixh
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The brass and glass doors were salvaged from a c.1900 department store elevator. The timber frame home was built with the carrying beam placed at the proper height for these doors to be hung from heavy duty pocket door hardware.
“Interesting glass doors” — nurselynn
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“A nice stained glass would be cool” — pcclan
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“doors on tracks” — paul3333
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“cute” — Jessica Nilsen
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upper floor of the carriage house with patio.
“!” — tonibolger
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Reclaimed redwood vertical siding above, real stucco and stone foundation. Entry porch railing made of cedar and aluminum with metal bird scuptures.
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patio paved with big flagstones (limestone) bordered by daylilies that will endure heavy winter snow fall and hot summers.
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