Surrounded by beautiful landscaping and palm trees, this 1935 Spanish Colonial Revival home pairs a stucco exterior and terracotta roof tiles. A stucco fence and iron gate provide privacy to the home, which has beautiful views of the San Diego bay.
In Point Loma, Calif., this 7,400-square-foot home was built in 1935 by local architect Ralph Frank. Situated on a large sloping lot, the residence features panoramic views of the downtown San Diego skyline and the San Diego bay.
A contemporary soaker bathtub is set up on a riser to give it maximum views of downtown San Diego. Black-and-white mosaic tiles create a contemporary, graphic backdrop to the bathroom. A small balcony houses a sleek, red chair for relaxing by the bay.
Designers used dark natural tones to contrast with the rough, neutral stucco siding of this French country home. Elegant sliding doors open onto the patio, which is perfect for taking in views of the San Diego Bay.
Views of the San Diego Bay can be enjoyed from the dining room of this French country home. The dining room is adjacent to a spacious kitchen with a custom range hood that serves as an eye-catching focal point.
The front courtyard creates a grand, welcoming entrance to this 7,400-square-foot 1935 Colonial Revival residence. Originally designed by local architect Ralph Frank, the home is situated on a large sloping lot in Point Loma with panoramic views of the downtown San Diego skyline and the San Diego bay.
Along the back of the house, a concrete patio blends gracefully into the grassy backyard that features views of San Diego's Mission Bay and Pacific Beach. An aluminum trellis decorates both the first and second floors.
Nestled on a narrow street in San Diego, Calif., this Craftsman home boasts an open floor plan kitchen with French doors that lead out to the welcoming backyard. The home office with a partner desk and built-in bookshelves has a beautiful bay window
The large flexible open space offers jaw-dropping views of downtown San Diego and the bay through the floor-to-ceiling windows. An orange shag area rug defines the living room seating area that features a large sectional. Grid-like squares create a focal wall where the TV and floating fireplace sit.
This family-oriented condominium was designed from raw space high above the historic Gaslamp quarter in downtown San Diego. The large flexible open space offers jaw dropping views of the bay and city. Glass upper cabinets are paired with shiny glass tile backsplash and then grounded by grid-like black cabinets. The large center island is clad in a sleek waterfall countertop and provides bar seating with contemporary green stools.