Designed by 450 Architects, we stayed with the original board and batten siding on this Sebastopol remodel.

The only addition to the original home was the sunroom, which has an earthen mud floor that collects and radiates heat throughout the house.  The interior was completely reworked with plaster walls, concrete countertops, radiant floors, and furniture style cabinetry. The most common comments from both guests and builders have been variations on “Who wouldn’t love to live in this home?”.



Haven in the Hills, Inspired House, June 2005


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Light on the Land, Residential Architect, July 2003


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Rural Retreats, San Francisco - Architecture Exclusive, Nov. 2002


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Cooks Tour De Force, This Old House, May 2001


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Dream Space, Homestyle, Mar. 2001


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Real-Life Fantasy Kitchens, San Francisco - Our Design Issue, Feb. 2001


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