Before checking out the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s exhibit on the Sea Ranch—an exploration of the allure of this coastal community in Sonoma, dreamed up in 1964 by visionary architects and designers—take a gander at one of the abodes inside the neighborhood, currently on the market for $1,625,000.
Located at the end of a cul-de-sac overlooking the Pacific, this house offers all the trappings of the utopian community with a contemporary twist. Featuring three beds, three baths, and 3,393 square feet, 92 Spindrift Close comes with vaulted ceilings, panoramic windows, skylights, radiant heating, hardwood floors, a chef’s kitchen, garden, and a hot tub.
While other homes in the Sea Ranch date to the 1960s, this specimen was built in 2001, which is evident in the kitchen, baths, and stairs. No matter. Still a lovely home inside one the hottest destination spots for architecture geeks and quiet vacationers alike.
- 92 Spindrift Close [Kathleen Ball, Sotheby’s International Realty]