Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson ConstructionTraditional Kitchen, San Francisco
Named for its enduring beauty and timeless architecture – Magnolia is an East Coast Hampton Traditional design. Boasting a main foyer that offers a stunning custom built wall paneled system that wraps into the framed openings of the formal dining and living spaces. Attention is drawn to the fine tile and granite selections with open faced nailed wood flooring, and beautiful furnishings. This Magnolia, a Markay Johnson crafted masterpiece, is inviting in its qualities, comfort of living, and finest of details.
Builder: Markay Johnson Construction
Architect: John Stewart Architects
Designer: KFR Design
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