Posts by Philip Ferrato
Preserving much of it’s original storybook glamor, one of the most sensitive restorations we’ve seen in a long time. Open on Sunday, February 7 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.
The most expensive Bay Area property sold in January, Villa Sorriso, down from the late comedian’s initial asking price of $29.9M and after almost 2 years on the market.
A new house by architect Curt Cline looks back to the California Modernist tradition of long horizontals and expanses of glass. Open on Sunday, January 31 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.
With public spaces by Commune Design and a model unit by Jonathan Adler, Downtown LA's newest design-centric project is ready for its close-up.
A bungalow remade from top to bottom by Crafted Development without losing its inherent charm. Open this weekend Saturday and Sunday, January 23-24 from 2:00pm-4:00pm.
A neighborhood is transformed as luxury projects on compact sites replace single-family homes.
With an open, loft-like space perfect for entertaining, this Bernal Heights house has been impeccably remade. Open Saturday and Sunday, January 16-17 from 1:30pm-4:30pm.
New for the Property section– we’ll be taking a look back each month at the top properties sold in California.
A look at properties online in California’s island neighbor revealed this extraordinary, handcrafted retreat on the edge of the Pacific.
Developers are moving away from the luxe log cabin aesthetic, and this handsome, well-considered lodge in The Village at Sugar Bowl is one of the best we’ve seen.