Eureka Valley House

Working from the existing home’s deficits, we designed a bright and classic home well-suited to today’s living. Instead of a dark tunnel-like entry, we have a skylight custom curving stair that no one can believe is not original. Instead of a maze of rooms to reach the gorgeous park-like backyard, we have a clear central axis, allowing a sightline right through from the top of the stairs. Instead of three bedrooms scattered all over the house, we have zoned them to the second floor, each well-proportioned with a true master suite. Painted wood paneling, face-frame cabinets, box-beam beilings and Calacatta counters express the classic grandeur of the home.

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gwen_barringer
Gwen Barringer added this to Big House16 July 2022

Large stones long rectangular drainage

denicofa
denicofa added this to Side Garden10 January 2021

I like the cascading low wall to become flat, but i don’t like the type of stones used.

wakkus
wakkus added this to garden19 January 2019

use our cobblestones for a wall

sorbach
sorbach added this to new landscape29 August 2018

mounding and tree placement on both sides

deb_smith23
DJ Smithson added this to deb_smith23's ideas5 April 2017

Low mortared brick garden border

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