This Californian Wine Country House Was Designed For People Who Love To Entertain

This Californian home that sits on top of a hill has been designed for entertaining.

Photography by Joe Fletcher

 

Feldman Architecture have designed this home that sits on top of a hill near Healdsburg, California, for their clients that love to entertain.

 

This Californian home that sits on top of a hill has been designed for entertaining.

Photography by Joe Fletcher

To take advantage of the sweeping valley views, this home has a variety of outdoor spaces like a poolside patio and firepit surrounded by landscaping, designed by Arterra Landscape Architects.


This home has a variety of outdoor spaces designed for entertaining, like a poolside patio and firepit, that's surrounded by landscaping.

Photography by Joe Fletcher

Four oversized glass panels open on a pulley system on each side of the main living room, to create a dramatic effect and allow for indoor/outdoor living, as well as assisting with air flow on a hot day.


Four oversized glass panels open on a pulley system on each side of this main living room, to create a dramatic effect and allow for indoor/outdoor living, as well as assisting with air flow on a hot day.

Photography by Joe Fletcher

A simple wood dining table and chairs separates the living room from the kitchen.


Large glass paneled doors on a pulley system open this dining room to the outdoors.

Photography by Joe Fletcher

The high ceilings and additional windows let plenty of natural light into the space, and the wood kitchen has black accents to match the window frames.


High ceilings and lots of windows let plenty of light into this wooden kitchen. Black accents match the window and door frames surrounding the kitchen.

Photography by Joe Fletcher

In the bedroom, there’s another door on a pulley system that opens up the room to a path outside. It also provides an uninterrupted view of the surrounding area.


This bedroom opens up to the outdoors via a large glass paneled door on a pulley system.

Photography by Joe Fletcher

In the ensuite bathroom, there’s a wood pocket door to save space and the concrete flooring continues from the bedroom through to the bathroom.


A wooden pocket door separates the bedroom from the bathroom and saves room.

Photography by Joe Fletcher

There’s also a concrete bathtub sunken into the ground.


This bathroom has a sunken built-in concrete bathtub.

Photography by Joe Fletcher

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