The home went up in 2015, and features architecture that voices traditional, Spanish and modern design elements; details include a frosted glass balustrade for the second-floor balcony, stucco exterior walls, roof tiles, and vigas. It sits on a .44-acre lot, which is filled out well with a guest house — which is currently purposed as a fitness studio — and an outdoor living area with a BBQ bar, yard, and infinity pool.
The home’s interiors include a combination kitchen and family room; the kitchen features a broad marble-capped, L-shaped waterfall island and a beamed ceiling, while the family room is bright and airy. A formal dining room is positioned on a corner, and offers fine views of local flora from its many windows. Steel-framed windows and doors, hardwood floors, a linear fireplace, and a staircase with a frosted glass and bronze balustrade also draw the eye.
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