Situated on a spacious lot in sunny California, overlooking rolling hills and lush plains, this single story home is a real architectural marvel. Designed by architect Nick Noyes, this Healdsburg residence boasts of both, space and muted elegance, typical of most minimalist structures. White and pastel colors optimize the inside light streaming from the huge glass-paned windows and walls, mostly left uncovered by the gauzy white curtains of near-ceiling to floor length.
The play of light and air is evident in this three- structured, single story home. Built in modules detached from one another in angular lines, the house provides easy floor planning open to your creative ideas. With less important details excluded, the cozy interior models a collection of country and contemporary pieces, from furniture to decors. A large swimming pool stretches outside, inviting family and guests to de-lux week-end escapades. The empty yard provokes ideas for landscaping that would complement the minimalism style of the building and its interior. There are a few trees around the property providing shade and cool freshness. It’s truly a great place to live, a rare piece of property that strikes with simplicity and laid-back lifestyle, and makes you understand how perfect it is when “less is beauty.”