Posts by Philip Ferrato

This quirky Mid-Century cottage is a delightful, lo-fi throwback to a simpler time. Open Saturday and Sunday, August 5 and 6 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

In the right hands, manufactured homes have become a high-design option.

A prime example of why the architect has such a passionate cadre of devotees. Open on two Sundays, July 30 and August 6 from 2:00pm-5:00pm.

This spectacular new home designed by Richard Swatt of Swatt-Meirs Architects– in one of the Bay Area’s most coveted zip codes– is designed to be extended-family friendly.

A secluded trio of structures built for one person, this Wine Country compound is a well-considered look at the notion of a retreat. With room for guests.

This classic New England Style Rancho just came on the market. Make it your own. Open Saturday and Sunday, July 15/16 from 2:00pm-4:00pm.

Outside, another handsome Edwardian house. Inside, no surface was left untouched.

Floating at the edge of the Pacific, this superb Carmel home by architect Wallace E. Cunningham just came on the market.

The actor/playwright/house collector is spending less time in Los Angeles.

These sturdy little redwood structures dotted San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake and fire. Now landmarked, the Filbert Cottages have been reinvented and reconstructed into simple but luxurious dwellings for the 21st Century.

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