Built in the late 1880s, this outstanding estate is located on a steep seaside bluff with sweeping views of the bay and beyond. Its creative update retained the home’s original style and character through the seamless use of antique and newly quarried stone.
The subtle blending of old with new carries into the terraces: descending the split central staircase of Antique Pewter Granite you enter the intricate garden, furnished with an Antique Yangtze Limestone fountain, finished with a New Yangtze Limestone coping.
Beyond the peaceful rose garden a pergola is supported by eight-foot carved Heather Sandstone columns. Another staircase leads to a secluded outdoor spa of New Yangtze Limestone and a quiet path of Antique Pewter Granite is surrounded by a curved New Yangtze Limestone herringbone retaining wall.
Architect: Walker & Moody Architects
Landscape Architects: Suzman Design Associates