Panoramic Perspective 
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DETAILS

LocationSonoma,, California United States
Size.5 acres

Nestled against a natural rock outcropping, the estate and vineyard commands a panoramic view over the town of Sonoma with extended views to San Francisco. SWA developed a master plan that recommended relocating the house before its construction. This wine country residence features dominant roof forms and the tight integration of interior and exterior spaces that flow easily for year-long enjoyment of its remarkable location. The entry sequence follows a ranch road to an auto court and a view that will continue to be opened up.

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