Posts by Philip Ferrato
A brick and timber classic, this beautifully renovated unit in an historic condominium building is fresh to the market this week.
Designed by architect Rebecca Binder of Binder Architects, the minimalist structure wears a subtle, contiguous mural by Nancy Monk and Randy West. Open on Sunday January 8 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.
With architect Bobby McAlpine, designer/developer Rena Gleason spent over a decade creating one of the Wine Country’s exceptional estates. It’s on the market for $21.5M
Three listings this past year that somehow evoked a deep personal connection.
Robert Stone’s Acid Dorado and Rosa Muerte are a pair of intimate desert oases in Joshua Tree, perfect for a weekend re-set with Champagne and the night sky.
Known for his luminous and beautifully-realized spaces, Venice-based architect Tom Carson has created an austerely simple retreat in a garden setting.
A walled front patio ramps up the style in this warm and romantic 3-bed/3-bath Spanish Style home. Open both Saturday and Sunday, December 17 and 18 from 12:00pm-3:00pm.
Transformed by designer Mina Javid in a year-long renovation, this c.1920 classic hides a sweet c.1890s cottage tucked into the backyard. Open on Sunday, December 4 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.
Best known for creating grand, classic Tudors and Colonials for Hollywood’s moguls and stars, Williams designed this modest Asian- influenced gem, still in its original, glamorous ’60s condition.
Two of the ten planned freestanding homes in this long-awaited new development project are finished, just steps from Piedmont Avenue and BART.