This Tarzana, California, hacienda features open living spaces and park-like grounds, complete with a covered patio, pool and barbecue pavilion. The newly built, Mediterranean-style home also has a gated entry and oversized garage with extra parking. From the street, sleek iron railings give a hint to the contemporary interiors.
Geometric lines converge to add interest to this pretty patio. Stone pavers underfoot are bordered by grass, bringing an organic element to the space that links it to the surrounding California foliage. Slatted wood overhead filters sunlight for relaxed outdoor dining.
Crisp, white lines and loads of windows characterize this contemporary hacienda in Tarzana, California. The nearly 6,000-square-foot structure features four separate suites, a covered patio, private balconies, a pool and poolhouse and Mediterranean styling.
This modern Mediterranean hacienda in Tarzana, California, is built for entertaining. The property features a series of upper and lower terraces that open the home to the outdoor spaces. A poolhouse offers added convenience for guests, and a fire pit is comfortably placed to enjoy the view.
A long, lighted pool echoes the horizontal lines of this stunning California home. Outdoor seating takes advantage of both the pool view and the fire pit, while a petite poolhouse offers convenience for swimmers. Bi-level terraces connect the interior of the Tarzana, California, hacienda to its outdoor spaces.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, the newly-remodeled kitchen in Karen Mizrahi and Diana Lovati's Tarzana, California, home is a mixture of rustic and sleek elements, creating a very functional space with modern appliances. Quartz countertops and a quartz backsplash provide easy-to-clean and durable work surfaces.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, the newly-remodeled kitchen in Karen Mizrahi and Diana Lovati's Tarzana, California, home is a mixture of rustic and sleek elements, creating a very functional space with modern appliances for a fresh vibe. All of the wood is reclaimed and the varied tones and textures are set off beautifully against neutral grey cabinets, barstools and floor tiles.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Karen Mizrahi and Diana Lovati decided to square off the steps that led into the master bedroom of their Tarzana, California, home and install a dark, engineered wood floor. They also painted the walls in neutral gray tones, which gave the room a cool, restful feeling. Lots of natural light comes in through French doors which lead to the backyard.