An earthy color palette punctuates the casual dining space, where two sliding doors lead out to a motor court and offer views of the Western skyline. Floor-to-ceiling drapery softens the space acoustically and diffuses midday sun.
This gorgeous, Greek Revival-style home is just as impressive from up above. Thanks to this aerial view, guests can see that the property boasts a main house, formal motor court, a converted garage and stunning formal gardens.
Just moments from Montecito's lower village, this historic english country manor sits on 1.8 acres, privately hidden behind eucalyptus trees and garden hedges with breathtaking ocean and mountain vistas. Two stately iron gates lead to the estates elegant motor court and the updated home's old world facade.
This luxury estate home in Texas features five bedrooms, five baths and 6,500 square feet of living space. The stone and stucco exterior suits the Southwest landscape, and a separate entry off the motor court offers privacy for guests. A red tile roof complements the green trim and lush landscaping.
White stone and white stucco mix with a red tile roof and striking green trim on the exterior of this Texas home. The luxury house features a wide motor court that offers plenty of parking, while a separate entry for guests offers added convenience. Lush plantings pop against the home's muted exterior palette.
A pristine tiled fountain rests at the center of a wide motor court that provides auto access to this sprawling Mediterranean-style estate. Named The Beverly House, the luxurious property was built in 1927 and designed by architect Gordon Kaufmann. An 800-foot driveway leads to this courtyard, winding through the manicured grounds.