This grand  estate was designed in 1929 by renowned architect Reginald Johnson (the Biltmore Hotel, Santa Barbara) in the Mediterranean Period Revival Movement. The house drew inspiration from the smaller villas created during the Italian Renaissance with plaster walls, cast stone and plaster architectural details, tile roof and Tuscan eave beams. Our clients are restoring this property to its original magnificence that will embody a contemporary interpretation of the Italian villa and garden and its adaptation to Southern California.


Interiors design by Atelier AM
Landscape architecture by Leyva & Wilde