Historic House

Located in the hills of Marin County, this residence was built in 1906 by John White, the brother-in-law of Bernard Maybeck, with subsequent renovations to the house and gardens. The most recent garden design was conceived by notable landscape architect Thomas Church.

The goal for this renovation and addition was to reinforce the design approaches of the original architects and to respect the character, proportions and detailing of the main house, while addressing lifestyle requirements of a contemporary family of five. The rear of the house was redesigned on all three levels with a light-filled breezeway added to connect the main level and the guest quarters. A roof access deck was enclosed and now functions as an exercise room off the master suite. The new pool house and outdoor shower satisfy the functional needs of the historic circular pool, and a new outdoor kitchen elegantly provides modern day outdoor entertainment.
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“po prostu piękny” — betty1111
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“Door” — irapleas
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“Sink” — Candy
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“Built ins” — janeman813
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“window treatment” — katiegeraghty
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“like red with the blue” — phxscat
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“Cool” — evansstout
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“inviting outdoor space” — snowyowl
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“I like the roof design” — Daron Goodson
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