The secluded abode comes with three bedrooms, two baths, and a two-story detached addition with office, library, and studio. Other highlights include two interior loft spaces accessible by ladder, picture windows, Douglas fir flooring, skylights, and aboral views galore.
Built using post-and-beam style of architecture, the entire home is decked out in vertical redwood slats. True to form, the house aligns with the Sea Ranch’s modernist aesthetics that, as Curbed reported in a comprehensive look at the community, “incorporates the materials of area barns, and the rooflines of the humble shed, while breaking up the interiors into a series of levels and vantage points.”
As noted, the home is divided into two structure, one featuring a primary gable and the other with secondary shed roof forms. Both structures are connected via an outdoor catwalk.
And don’t miss the rooftop deck/lounge with a decidedly contemporary amenity—a new hot tub.
The home underwent a gentle renovation in 2011 to bring the kitchen and bathrooms up to date. And in 2018, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, an official list by the National Park Service denoting historic places worthy of preservation, the only home in the Sea Ranch to receive such an honor.
It last sold in 2005 for $775,000. It’s now asking $1.325 million, through Hanne Liisberg & Co.