Atherton Estate Luxury Home by Markay Johnson ConstructionRustic Dining Room, San Francisco
Builder: Markay Johnson Construction
This uniquely American Shingle styled home boasts a free flowing open staircase with a two-story light filled entry. The functional style and design of this welcoming floor plan invites open porches and creates a natural unique blend to its surroundings. Bleached stained walnut wood flooring runs though out the home giving the home a warm comfort, while pops of subtle colors bring life to each rooms design. Completing the masterpiece, this Markay Johnson Construction original reflects the forethought of distinguished detail, custom cabinetry and millwork, all adding charm to this American Shingle classic.
Architect: John Stewart Architects
Photographer: Bernard Andre Photography
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