Incorporating modernist elements, architect Dean Gustavson designed this glass and steel home as a sanctuary for him and his family to inhabit while enjoying their natural surroundings. Similar to the glass-box style made famous by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson, expanses of floor to ceiling insulated glass provide an abundance of natural light and allow the equally carefully-designed outdoor spaces to be part of the daily living experience. Warm walnut walls and travertine floors further integrate natural elements into the home. Privacy is achieved with mature pines and fruit trees as well a privacy wall and gated entry. A newly built detached guesthouse (the details of which are specified in the Level 2 summary) adds an entire self contained living space to this award winning mid-century modern home. The additional detached garage and workshop allow for plenty of storage and creative space, the four car carport and large driveway make for easy parking, and the duck and cover era bomb shelter makes a great conversation piece. Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement.
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