This unique artists compound is truly a rare find.
Built in 1948 and situated behind gates, this beautiful estate offers four structures, including a main three-bedroom house, two guesthouses, and a meditation studio—all situated on approximately 1/2 acre of gardens and hardscape.
Stepping into this property will transport you to an oasis of creativity and peace.
The private park-like setting is the perfect backdrop for the recently remodeled home, boasting high beam ceilings, circle top windows and doors, leaded glass, and extensive use of stone and weathered barn wood.
The interior barn-like feeling is warmed by walls of vibrant teal and dusty pink, and the concrete floors painted light lavender.
The flagstone kitchen and dining room floors benefit from radiant heat and create a setting that you will not want to leave.
The giant gourmet kitchen offers custom cabinetry, soapstone countertops, and gorgeous mountain views.
Outside, the backyard’s geometric landscape of earthy pinks is a natural extension of the interior and the perfect backdrop for the exteriors flat black paint.
This home and gardens have been featured in numerous articles, including Vogue, Gardenista, Domino, and the book Gypset Living.
Listing courtesy of Drew Snyder & Sarah Sutton Snyder Sutton Real Estate.