Posts by Philip Ferrato

A c.1900 Mission worker's cottage has been transformed for the 21st Century. Open on Saturday and Sunday, February 11/12 from 1:00pm-4:00.

Once sadly neglected, this iconic Modernist house came on the market in 2014 as a teardown. Instead of becoming the site of a subdivision, it was restored.

One of the original Uplifters Ranch cabins is re-invented as a grand, full-scale family home.

Walled, gated and hedged– and inflected with a French/Moroccan vibe– it’s open Sunday January 29 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

Rising up out of the canyon, this perfect example of the firm’s work has been sensitively updated and is ready to move into.

The luxurious compound by the eminent Venice firm is a study in light-absorbing, minimalist volumes. Open on Sunday, January 22 from 1:00PM-4:00PM.

There are deep canyon and mountain views plus an immense loggia serving as an outdoor room.

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

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