Storybook Style Architecture

Storybook-style architecture was created in Hollywood in the early 1900s and has materialized sporadically ever since throughout Southern California .
This home has taken that theme to a level seldom seen. The sweeping lines of the shingle-pattern slate roof coupled with turrets, shuttered windows, and exterior stone, bring this storybook fantasy to life. Gracing the coastal bluff in Corona del Mar, this unique home has a chef-style kitchen with great room, private study, dedicated theater, recreation/exercise room, separate guest quarters, and all the luxurious finishes befitting a home of this stature. Easy access throughout the house is achieved by a 4-stop elevator. Dual parking garages, one on grade plus a subterranean garage, accommodate a multi-generational family’s needs
Shorecliff Community
Corona del Mar, CA
Eric Figge Photography

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Raeanna MCCall added this to Raeanna's Ideas17 July 2022

I love the vibes and rounded walls

Ryan Howe added this to Roof Styles6 September 2019

This style of roof is very fascinating to me. The curves, the points, the roundness of the different roofs is able to create an interesting style and make sure that not all of the rain runoff collects in one place.

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