The main house and additions mimic the sprawling nature of a villa that has been added to through the years. Symmetrical placement of tall, glass doors, casement windows and arched doorway framed in stone, give the façade an elegance and grandeur associated with Italian architecture for centuries. Second floor balconies bring the outside in and make the perfect spot for potted flowers. A shallow, pitched roof topped with typical terracotta tiles lends warmth to the stucco facade and is the essence of regional architecture. Our design would be equally appropriate constructed with limestone or a combination of limestone, stucco and antique brick accents.
The 3,495 square foot floor plan reflects the formality of the exterior with a dramatic central hall and staircase. The formal living room with fireplace is opposite the dining room across the hall providing an atmosphere and circulation that facilitates entertaining.