There are just some types of architecture we don’t see that much of up here in North Atlanta. Not going to see much Mediterranean (although it does happen), and open-plan Pacific island homes are definitely a rarity. A little farther down on the list is a California modern. Really, they wouldn’t make much sense here. Not too much water or many mountain views, and when there are, we tend to get the log-home variety.
Well, as you might expect by now, here’s a California modern smack-dab in the middle of North Atlanta. I know, I was shocked too. I must admit, I’d seen the exterior before, but, as you’ll see below, the interior is a bit obscured from the road, so I never really noticed. I do remember remarking before, however, “Man, I’d like to shoot that one.” Well, thanks to Cindy Komar at Keller Williams, my life long (or one-time) dream has come true.
Notice the beautiful inside-outside design, and wonderfully warm reclaimed wood flooring and ceilings, re-purposed from an old whiskey mill, used throughout. I also love the mixed use of materials. Stones, wood, steel… all play together nicely… a skill my stinking children have yet to learn. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this one as much as I enjoyed shooting it!
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