The last property on this dead-end street, the Rollingwood Residence injects a tone of modernity into this otherwise traditional neighborhood. The plan defines a private landscape as the center of this family home, where an effortless connection to the out-of-doors is invited from the public rooms of the house.

The visitor arrives, meandering through a grove of live oaks into a carefully choreographed sequence of spaces. Egyptian Desert limestone floors continue into the landscape, while finely detailed walnut screens and purpose-made furniture, Calacatta quartzite countertops, and a floating Venetian plaster (embedded with mica) & waxed steel fireplace provide points of stasis against the omnipresent pull of the outside. Upstairs, a generous master suite presents an unexpected sense of vista and view, while the master bathroom defined by Silverthorn travertine slabs, Calacatta Lincoln marble countertops, and a planted micro-courtyard beyond the shower room offers a luxurious private refuge.

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