1972 house on Sea Ranch

The Sea Ranch is a development that was established in 1963 by architect Al Boeke. It’s located in California and the plan was for it to preserve the natural beauty of that particular area. The development quickly became a preferred location for many green buildings. The concept of green design was only at its beginnings.

This particularly property was built in 1972. It’s a low profile house with a rustic look. It’s actually a cottage.The cottage covers a surface of 3,000 square feet. It has four bedrooms and three bathrooms and a very charming interior. It might not look very imposing from the outside but the interior is quite beautiful. It’s actually more modern that the exterior lets you believe.

The cottage has been very well preserved and still has most of the original features. It has fieldstone fireplaces, exposed beams in the ceilings and large windows that allow panoramic views of the exterior and the surrounding landscape. It’s a very inviting and cozy house. It’s sunny and rustic and has a design that almost makes it disappear into the surroundings. The property also includes a garage and a lovely courtyard. The atmosphere inside the cottage is warm and cozy and the décor is charming. The combination of natural materials is beautiful and the color palette chosen for the décor is also very pleasant to the eye.

Published by in Real Estate, on July 23rd, 2012


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