One with Nature - It was important to the Beardens to leave as many mature trees standing as possible, so architect Rob Carlton designed the home to be cantilevered above the ground and set back off the road, utilizing bridges to access the entrance and garage.
Sandra and Barry Bearden, pictured with pup Lindy.
Inviting Space - Douglas fir ceilings, doors, and windows, cypress and walnut walls, and recycled center-cut heart pine floors bring warmth throughout, but particularly to the open kitchen and dining area. An iridescent glass tile backsplash adds contemporary shine.
Fireside Chat - The living room is luxurious, with a leathered granite fireplace and a customized Edward Fields rug, which incorporates Sandra’s favorite color: purple.
Natural Sanctuary - The master suite is comprised of the bedroom, with floor-to-ceiling windows, ample closet space, and a beautiful bathroom with his and her sinks, a tile shower, dry sauna, and window-facing soaking tub. The sounds of rain and acorns plodding on the metal roof, the cross-breezes drifting through the open windows—the sights and sounds of the home make living here a sensory experience.
The bathroom with his and her sinks, a tile shower, dry sauna, and window-facing soaking tub.
Sky-High Views - Two sets of French doors allow easy flow between the dining, kitchen,and living areas and the 40-foot deck. A small porch off the master suite, a screened porch attached to the dining room, a covered stone patio, and another deck off the guest suite offer more private spaces to sit outside and take in the sunset vistas.