The home's beautiful details have been preserved like the moldings and trim and pretty arched windows.
This stunning residence has all the grandeur of a cathedral or, heck, a castle with big, beautiful arched windows and doorways and elaborate stone detailing.
The home's foyer features lovely details like the front door. Windows all around it create an graceful arch.
This palatial home reaches three stories tall, and here, in the foyer, it's easy to feel the grand sweep of the space. A series of railings look over and down onto an intricate inlaid marble floor.
Oh, to take a bubble bath in this stunning tub. The freestanding beauty is set apart in an elegant arched niche with a window and chandelier to boot!
The home stretches 128 feet alongside a river bank with its many windows capturing—and in this case, beautifully framing—the view.
Arched windows pair with the archways in the foyer of this home.
Instead of covering up this study's graceful arched windows, curtains on petite curtain rods act as a frame instead.
A large arched window acts as a pass through to the covered patio and pool terrace, so outdoor entertaining is an easy option.
Leather armchairs surround the wet bar and ensure that happy hour is most comfortable. More arched windows, columns and a coffered ceiling make a majestic impression.
In this bedroom (the home has five total), a large arched window frames views of the golf course at Carmel's Quail Lodge. And when nights get chilly, hello fireplace!
An open floor plan makes this kitchen inviting. Grab a leather barstool and pitch in with dinner preparations.
The layout of this spa bathroom is unusual, but plenty of curves and arches soften the look. A luxurious soaking tub certainly helps make the space more inviting too.
A loft bedroom with clear railings offer unobstructed views through this building's cast-iron windows.
The dining room looks into this large wine cellar where the racks (and racks and racks) of wine bottles are accessed by a sliding ladder.
This may be a hard-working laundry room, but it feels anything like one. HGTV fan MrPeabody prevents a pure "utility" atmosphere by integrating the home's rustic architecture, wooden ceiling beams and warm pendant lighting.
Each of the home's five bedrooms includes a king bed and ensuite bathroom. Step outside onto the balcony and get lost in the endless blue of Long Bay.
This room's series of large arched windows are highlighted in a striking way by painting the walls red.