THE WEEK | 12.28.2019
Miami. This four-bedroom Mediterranean home in Upper Morningside was built in 1930. The Spanish-influenced house has a tile roof, a tower entry, arched doorways, a chef's kitchen with tile walls, and a master suite with dressing room.
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.