While the clay tile roof gives this home's exterior a Mediterranean vibe, the backyard swimming pool boasts a more contemporary feel. A beautiful raised hot tub provides the perfect spot for relaxation.
This 11,400-square-foot Mediterranean-style estate is party-ready, with a pool, spa, outdoor kitchen and bar, cabana and multiple outdoor seating areas. Lush plantings provide privacy and connect the home to the surrounding coastal landscape. The 300-year-old roof tiles are sourced from an Italian castle.
Clean, manicured landscaping gives this courtyard a refined look while the layout creates an inviting flow to the front door. White stucco walls and clay tile roofing gives the exterior a decidedly Mediterranean appearance.
This Tuscan home hideaway, where ivy grows on the walls and moss softens the stone walkway, evokes a lived-in, Old World atmosphere, Rustic stone adds texture to the stucco home exterior, which pairs perfectly with the Mediterranean-inspired clay roof tiles.
This classically styled French Provençal home is situated on the high side of a La Jolla, Calif., lot with views of the Pacific Ocean from nearly every room. The home’s exterior is a composition of smooth Santa Barbara stucco, light tan-to-gold-colored rustic and carved stones, stained wood eaves, elegant Génoise roof eaves and rustic clay-tiled roof.
Pink stucco is a common exterior choice for the Mediterranean style home. Clay roof tiles are often used in warmer regions both to add beauty and keep the home cool. Angel statues an ornate concrete fence border greet guests and create a sense of luxury and elegance to the front space.