Manzanita Avenue

Manzanita Avenue

Manzanita Avenue

Manzanita Avenue

Outdoor Kitchen

Outdoor Kitchen

Outdoor Kitchen Barbecue

Outdoor Kitchen Counter

Outdoor Kitchen Detail

Outdoor Kitchen Detail

Exterior Stone Steps

Exterior Front Steps

Stone and Concrete Steps

Concrete Wall

Outdoor Space

Stone Wall

Stone Wall

The house on Manzanita Avenue was a very fun project. One of our jobs was to match the stone work on the garage, which happens to be the same masonry as The Stone House in Santa Rosa. Our skilled masons developed the site walls and the work was meticulous and precise. The outdoor kitchen with its dental work, stone capped walls and amazing framing creates an excellent space for entertaining. We installed bead board ceilings, and all the framing was wrapped in poplar, sanded smooth and painted with precision. The stone walls and staircase take you to a 75′ Bocce Ball court and welcoming outdoor fireplace. The front porch was repaired and recreated to match the existing one. The work didn’t stop on the exterior. This home was remodeled in all but two rooms. The walls were covered with wainscoting and chair rails. The home interior was finished with new lighting, casings and new paint throughout.

It was truly a delight to create this hardscape and landscape for this client.

Photos by Rob Martel

Project Details

Client: Client Name
Date: Date of Completion
Features: Circular construction

Project Features

This house really shines in it’s outdoor features. Featuring custom masonry work, hardscaping cement construction and exterior kitchen and patio construction, this home was made for entertaining in a beautiful outdoor setting.

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Vista Grande

Vista Grande

Vista Grande

Vista Grande

Foyer

Foyer with Ceiling

Kitchen and Foyer

Kitchen

Kitchen Angled View

Kitchen View

Kitchen Detail

Dining Room View

Living Room

Foyer Exterior

Extension Exterior

Garage Side Exterior

Exterior Front

The Vista Grande project was a gem of a project. The Architecture and design, coupled with nature, natural light and vast views of Shiloh Park were extraordinary. The entry says welcome with its large posts, beams and tile, making both the interior and exterior exquisite. Also on the exterior were Ipe decks and stainless steel post and cable rail. This allowed the views of the surrounding wilderness to flow through without obstruction. The turret construction enhanced the elegance of the indoor entertaining area.

Photos by Dudley DeNador

Project Details

Client: Client Name
Date: Date of Completion
Features: Circular construction

Project Features

There are rich interior wood floors, many exposed pine windows, beautiful casings, level 5 smooth walls and amazing paint colors throughout. The kitchen cabinets are also full of detail, and the bathroom hall vanity with a beautiful burl counter top adds a rustic elegance.

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