Rear view of the home. Decks are exposed steel with cable rails.
This contemporary Saratoga home’s simple appearance masks its green technology and infrastructure. Environmentally advanced, the home utilizes solar hot water and generates its own electricity with photovoltaic roof panels. Throughout the home, high interior windows with automatic shades help maximize natural lighting and reduce the solar gain.
The kitchen highlights include barrel cabinets, a floating glass bar, and custom glass tile work. Enclosed by a weathered corten steel fence, the property includes a 75’ lap pool and an outdoor eating and entertaining area complete with fireplace on the exposed steel balcony.
Johnny Grey (London) kitchen cabinets and design. The countertop has a cutting board built in, and island counter created out of poured glass.
Backyard with outdoor kitchen space, a corten steel trellis, and lap pool. The corner of the lap pool is actually 15 feet above original ground for the property.
Corten steel walls and fence Concrete walls are stained and poured in place.
Master bedroom with custom book-matched Tansu cabinet.
Living room with its massive fireplace, and limestone fireplace and surround.
Entryway stair with custom-built stainless-steel rails along the mahogany treads.