GLOBAL MANSION | 05.21.2019
This remote, off-the-grid house with stunning Pacific Ocean and mountain views offers 33 woodsy acres on the site of a former gold mine in Big Sur, California. "Essentially you’re smack dab in the middle of a 33-acre forest that’s surrounded by Los Padres National Forest," listing agent Mark Peterson said. "It’s on the South Coast of Big Sur, which is even more remote than the rest of Big Sur."...
WEALTH MAGAZINE | 05.04.2019
A 33-acre cliffside home in Big Sur, California with postcard coastal views is located on a former gold mine that was in use until 1960, and the mine is still accessible. The original miners’ quarters have been preserved and repurposed as the current kitchen, bringing the history of the site close and tangible.
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 | 04.30.2019
On the market for the first time in 20 years, this downright adorable two-bed, two-bath home, designed by Ernst Bixler, screams Carmel-by-the-Sea. Quaint and rustic yet effortlessly elegant, the seaside home lands on the market for a cool $1.895 million.
SAN FRANCISCO CURBED | 04.29.2019
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. Designed for indoor/outdoor living, the great room opens to a spacious deck...
DWELL | 04.29.2019
This lovely, light-filled home is rich with local history. The home is located on the site of a century-old California gold mine, which is still accessible on the property, and was still in use through the 1960s. In fact, the original miners' quarters now serve as the home's kitchen.