This view from the entry into the parlor shows the home's original pocket doors that allow the parlor to be closed off, to make the space feel like a private sanctuary away from the rest of the home's more open and communal main living areas.
A bronze framed mirror and rustic ladder sit on the master bedroom walls in this view looking towards the master bath and master closet. Together the three spaces create a tranquil private retreat away from the rest of the home.
This view from inside the master closet shows the well-detailed master bath located across the hall, part of this inviting master suite that offers a private retreat away from the rest of this extensively renovated urban home.
Next to Rollins' kitchen garden is a shady space where a previous owner planted bamboo for privacy and a tall stone wall gives the feeling of being in a hidden oasis. Begonias, Japanese maple and geraniums kept in simple terracotta pots mean Rollins can move them around for parties, or bring them inside when the weather gets cold.
A neutral, stacked stone retaining wall along with the surrounding landscape creates an exquisite, secluded outdoor space. Four waterfalls pour into a private swimming pool, while chaise lounges offer a place to relax near the hot tub in this peaceful backyard.
This tropical British Virgin Islands oasis features three 8,000-square-foot beach villas, each with five bedrooms and open plan living and dining areas. Lush and beautiful landscaping provides privacy while still allowing unobstructed views of the breathtaking Sir Francis Drake Channel.