A TOUR OF THE EXTERIOR + OUTDOOR LIVING SPACES AT THE FARM
For a home so strongly inspired by its setting, it's only fitting we share the spaces that connect the untouched nature to the newly crafted estate.
A WARM WELCOME
A stone, wood and iron gate marks the entrance to The Farm while the winding driveway sets the tone for all the beauty and adventure to be experienced atop the property.
A pair of deep occasional chairs provide seating for two on the front porch without blocking any of the window views. We intentionally tucked a few more intimate seating arrangements around the home for quiet escapes to unplug and reconnect.
INDOOR - OUTDOOR
The main living space extends out to the front porch with its huge pocket doors leaving these woven rocking chairs an obvious choice to soak in all the serenity beyond.
Check out our main living tour for the backstory on these rockers!
Acres of rolling hills, growing vineyards and undiscovered trails make up the beautiful "backyard" of this property. With all of that adventure around, we made sure to create comfortable spaces to relax and breathe in the fresh air, close to home.
DINNER PARTY PARADISE
Rustic barn doors off the family den open wide to a terrace-covered dining space encouraging effortless indoor-outdoor entertaining.
The light sweeping in through the doorway fills the otherwise dark + moody den — a must see in this tour!
DINING AL FRESCO IS ALWAYS THE ANSWER AT THE FARM
The infinity edge pool is surrounded by seating options to further soak in the sun or doze in the shade out of the splash zone.
Golden hour brings the most magical lighting through the whimsical trees reflected on the water.
A dark sky ordinance in the "neighborhood" limits the need for exterior fixtures and maximizes the ultimate star-gazing experience.
THE CARRIAGE HOUSE
There aren't necessarily outdoor living areas set up with furnishings around the carriage house, but there is way too much curb appeal inspiration not to share! Stay tuned for an interior tour of this garage and bunk house...
LIGHT IN THE TUNNEL
A glass corridor connects the main house to the carriage house with stunning steel-framed panes. Upon arrival to this photoshoot, photographer Manolo Langis halted his greetings to capture this golden hour glow at its prime.
LIFE AT THE FARM