THE SACRAMENTO BEE | 03.31.2020
A Carmel Valley CA house comes with a mature olive grove used in the production of an artisan olive oil. The hacienda style home is for sale $4.295 million. The olives harvested annually to produce N°13 Olive Oil.
THE NEW YORK TIMES | 03.16.2020
Half an hour inland from the coast of Monterey, Carmel Valley is a rustic resort area whose vineyards produce more wine than Napa Valley, the region to which it is most often compared. This house is about 10 minutes by car from the heart of Carmel Valley Village, where the main thoroughfare is lined with tasting rooms representing dozens of wineries.
THE WEEK | 12.28.2019
Big Sur, California. Mickey Muennig, architect of the Post Ranch Inn, designed this 1998 three-bedroom home near Pfeiffer Beach. The house, constructed of redwood, concrete, and steel, has radiant concrete floors, organic-shaped rooms, exposed beams, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
SFGATE | 10.17.2019
Perched above the sea on 20 acres, this modernist home from a famed architect is now available for $4.895M. Designed by Mickey Muennig, the home at 46902 Pfeiffer Ridge Road feels like a miniature version of Big Sur's iconic Post Ranch Inn.
SAN FRANCISCO CURBED | 12.23.2019
If some rich Hobbits moved to Big Sur they’d probably favor a home like this multi-million dollar property at 3 Coastlands Drive, on account of it sports so much rustic charm that it appears only one step removed from the forest around it.
Coastal Living | 06.20.2019
It might seem like, these days, you have to strike gold to score a swoon-worthy home in California. (Exhibit A: This one-time $350 million Bel Air listing.) But, on the rare occasion, gold just comes with the territory.
THE NEW YORK TIMES | 05.01.2019
The one-story house, designed by Ernest Bixler, a local builder, is in the southwest quadrant of Carmel — a seven-by-eight-block section known as the Golden Rectangle, for its proximity to Carmel Beach and town, and the resulting high real estate prices.
SAN FRANCISCO CURBED | 04.12.2019
The home blends California coastal design with log cabin vibes, and it features a bright and airy great room with expansive, double-height glazing. The room's 20-foot-tall ceiling is made of redwood sourced and milled right on the property.