Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.

Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.

Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.

Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.

Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.

Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.

Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.

Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.

Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.

Located at the top of the hillside neighborhood of Claraboya, this 3,100 sf home was designed to capture the expansive views and expand for large gatherings. 11′-0″ high stacking glass doors across the rear of the house and pivoting glass doors across the front of the house seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Polished concrete floors, walls of travertine, and Ipe wood ceilings give the house a warm inviting feeling.