With rolling hills and ocean views, this ranch house enjoys all the beauty that California has to offer. A flagstone path winds down the hillside and invites the owners to soak up sunshine and coastal breezes.
This 11,000-square-foot Mediterranean modern home in Newport Coast, California, offers luxurious living both indoors and out, with 300-year-old roof tiles reclaimed from an Italian castle and a grand courtyard with 180-degree views of Catalina Island, Newport Harbor and more. The Tuscan-styled estate features pristine landscaping and transitional interiors that join the old with the new in a chic, stylish way.
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Everything about this gorgeous backyard, patio and pool was designed to evoke the East Coast's Hamptons. Pergolas provide poolside shade, while cozy furnishings and blue accents infuse the outdoors with a style all their own.
A marble courtyard gives grand presence to the muted and elegant interiors of this Newport Coast, California, estate. The Mediterranean-inspired architecture continues indoors through the use of rustic ceiling beams and wrought iron balconies, though the rooms have contemporary flair. Arched openings used throughout this courtyard also are repeated inside. The roof hinted at above features 300-year-old ceiling tiles reclaimed from an Italian castle.
A dramatic floor to ceiling stone fireplace is the focal point in this two-story coastal style living room. A neutral sectional and wood coffee table add a touch of contrast to the bright look of the space, including soft beige walls and large windows that allow natural light to flood the room.
Situated on Fort Lauderdale waterways, this modern home uses floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors to provide stunning views of the coast and ocean. Tall palm trees, lush grasses and colorful flowers soften the hardscaping and create an inviting outdoor space.
Though it looks as if it were lifted from Cape Cod or the Hamptons, this traditional home makes the most of its West Coast setting. A line of chaise longues overlooks the pool, which has an integrated hot tub and a sleek, clean design. Shingle siding on the exterior has a charming, timeless appeal.
Built-in shelving and a comfy chair and ottoman create an idyllic reading spot in this rustic-chic Martha's Vineyard home. The doors open to a beautiful water view, while inside, neutral hues and natural fibers infuse the space with casual elegance.
This small weekend retreat on the flank of the rolling grassy coastal plain in Hollister Ranch, near Gaviota, Calif., looks out on breathtaking panoramic views of ocean and foothills. The flagstone and gravel patio leads to a cozy fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs.
The HGTV Dream Home 2004 in St. Marys, Ga., is a fusion of coastal style and farmhouse architecture. The home is on stilts to keep it above flood level. A second-story balcony and upper watchtower have views of the beach.