Del Dios Ranch in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., is a magnificent redwood, glass and marble structure with foundations and framework of poured-in-place concrete commanding 360-degree views from its private hilltop location.
Around the back of the house, a small patio overlooks the rolling California hillside. With another fountain and flowers all around, this quiet space is perfect for reading or simply enjoying the sunshine.
Warm, sand-colored stairs create a path along this hillside in California. At the top, the landscape architects carved out a little patio where the owners can enjoy panoramic views of the terrain at sunset.
This modern home is sited ideally to take advantage of its rugged hillside lot. The house is characterized by clean, geometric lines and large planes of glass, allowing the owners and their guests sweeping views of the surrounding terrain.
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.
Perched high in Los Angeles's Hollywood Hills, this sleek modern home pushes all boundaries. Five bedrooms, views that reach across the entire city, seamless indoor outdoor living...luxury almost seems an understatement.
A windy bridge leads down to this gem of a home, designed by Johannes Zingerle and nestled in the hills of St. Barts. Gardens, patios and picturesque stone paths surround the residence and open it up to incredible views.
Columns topped with lanterns frame these stairs and so help guide visitors towards the home's main entrance. Climbing the steps reveals more of the lush landscape and centers the charming Mediterranean-style villa in the distance.
Torrey Pines Landscape Company worked with the existing upper patio consisting of gorgeous cobblestone to further the home’s historic European aesthetic. Meanwhile, a large existing infinity-edge pool allows the owners to swim against the hillside.