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Huge elegant open concept terra-cotta tile living room photo in San Francisco with a stone fireplace, yellow walls and a standard fireplace

Atherton, California Estate by Markay Johnson Construction

Traditional Living Room, San Francisco

Builder: Markay Johnson Construction visit: www.mjconstruction.com Project Details: Located on a beautiful corner lot of just over one acre, this sumptuous home presents Country French styling – with leaded glass windows, half-timber accents, and a steeply pitched roof finished in varying shades of slate. Completed in 2006, the home is magnificently appointed with traditional appeal and classic elegance surrounding a vast center terrace that accommodates indoor/outdoor living so easily. Distressed walnut floors span the main living areas, numerous rooms are accented with a bowed wall of windows, and ceilings are architecturally interesting and unique. There are 4 additional upstairs bedroom suites with the convenience of a second family room, plus a fully equipped guest house with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Equally impressive are the resort-inspired grounds, which include a beautiful pool and spa just beyond the center terrace and all finished in Connecticut bluestone. A sport court, vast stretches of level lawn, and English gardens manicured to perfection complete the setting. Photographer: Bernard Andre Photography
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Markay Johnson Construction
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Questions About This Photo (17)

jacquelinelisejacquelinelise wrote:August 9, 2012
  • suthersc
    8 years ago
    What was the stain used on the mantle and beams ? What type of wood is the mantle ?
  • PRO
    Markay Johnson Construction
    8 years ago
    The stain for the beam work is a custom mixed color. The wood material I believe is walnut. Unfortunately I do not have the name of the stone on the fireplace. A local mason can assist you with finding the stone. Best, Markay Johnson Construction
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