This three-level, 5,673-square-foot Spanish colonial estate sits in the hills above Cabo San Lucas, located at the southern tip of Baja California in Mexico. All electricity for the home is generated through solar energy
This 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival residence was rehabilitated and an addition added to create livable family areas, master bedroom suite, better indoor-outdoor living and an artist’s studio. To reinforce the Spanish Colonial design style, deep archways, Malibu tile, wrought iron and stain glass details are incorporated. The additions were placed on the back of the home to maintain the home's historic character curb appeal.
The simple and informal Spanish architecture of the home complements the beautiful setting, while an eighty-year-old Italian stone pine provides a majestic canopy. The home consists of several structures including the main house, barn, guest quarters and office clustered around a walled outdoor courtyard. The vineyard produces the owners own award-winning Syrah varietal.
The neutral color of this Spanish-style home makes a perfect backdrop to a beautifully landscaped yard. Bright colors pop in flower beds and window boxes against the home's facade. Application details that complemented the existing architecture were added around the windows and front porch.
The remodel satisfied the homeowners’ desire for more space; among the rooms that were remodeled were a ground-floor kitchen and a second-floor bathroom. Every detail of the remodel was designed to meet the strict requirements of the Mills Act for remodeling historical homes.
This beautiful Spanish hacienda is decorated in simple neutrals and warm woods. To add color, cobalt blue is used throughout the home. Here, in the home office, the hue is introduced through a diamond-patterned area rug, pillows and Mexican tile fireplace surround. A traditional wooden desk with turned legs is paired with a more contemporary leather chair to give the workspace an updated look.
This spacious master retreat contains a fireplace with a light stone finish that's repeated throughout the Spanish-style home. A peaked, beamed ceiling features a dark wood finish that provides contrast and draw the eye up. A deck off the bedroom offers sweeping lake views.
The rear elevation of this Spanish eclectic home is full of windows so that the interior spaces can take advantage of an abundance of natural light and the home's beautiful view of Morgan Junction below.
This Spanish-style home in Austin is party-ready, with a series of comfortable outdoor rooms that overlook a pool, hot tub and lake view. The house features light stone finishes that contrast with dark woods to bring design distinction to the space.
The stucco overlay that had given the windows their Gothic shape is also history, allowing more light inside the home. Intricate trellis work adds Spanish-style detail to the home. Well-planted window boxes will provide color to this Southern home throughout the seasons.
This Spanish revival-style home is listed on the San Diego Historical Registry. The homeowners wanted to experience the conveniences of modern life while retaining the integrity of their home and its original charm.