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Cozy Country Cottage in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California
This beautiful country cottage has been renovated to include a warm color palette that plays on the warm, California sunshine let in by skylights and expansive multi-pane windows and French doors. The ceilings are high pitched and feature exposed beams, creating the cozy cottage feel in this just over 2000 square foot home.
This stunning traditional yellow mansion sits on 4.8 sunny acres of palm tree-lined property. An overhead view of the home shows off direct access to sandy beaches and breathtaking views of the Gulf of Mexico.
In three compact floors, this cute beach house in Surfside, Calif., packs in everything you need for a posh getaway: three bedrooms, three bathrooms, patios directly on the beach and amazing ocean views.
Craftsman Home With Shake Siding and Lush Landscaping
This craftsman style home is differentiated by its split shake siding. Bold window and door trim and low pitched roof are in keeping with the arts and crafts design. The mustard yellow and olive color scheme compliment the home's style.
Stone pavers nestled in grass outline the swimming pool. Landscaping dense with tropical plants offers privacy and a relaxing atmosphere. Pops of yellow and blue bring vibrancy and color to the pool deck.
Classy, Traditional Home Exterior With Flower Bed Palm Trees and Light Brick Driveway
The pale yellow exterior of this home gives it a sweet and timeless appeal. Black shutters offer a contrast to the light wall coloring. A beautifully landscaped lawn is decorated with flower beds circling tall palms framing the light brick driveway.
Traditional Yellow Mansion With Sprawling Pool Area
This picturesque Florida-based mansion features a rear exterior with a sprawling stone terrace that provides an ideal spot for taking in the waterfront view. A spacious pool and patio area provides a luxurious spot for basking in the sun.
Although vinyl siding sometimes gets a bad rap for quality, contemporary siding represents a huge upgrade over early versions that didn’t perform very well. Plus, it’s a sound investment, because you’ll recoup around 80% of your project costs in added home value. It’s usually worth it to pay more for thicker siding because it’s less likely to sag, and it’s always worth it to pay for an experienced contractor, because proper installation is critical to avoiding warping and buckling.
This yellow ranch home boasts a fenced in horse arena and large backyard pond, creating an ideal setting for the outdoors lover. Evergreen trees line the property , while just off in the distance is a view of the stunning mountain range.