This brilliantly designed beach front residence situated in Gonzales Bay was featured in International Architectural Digest in 2009, lauded for its futuristic design and exemplary construction.
The owner builder sought to anchor the home to the site, and radiate the architectural form to bring in the entire panoramic vista of the Straits of Juan de Fuca and the majestic Olympic Mountains. He managed to allow the setting to take “Center Stage. The west coast modern design combines classic modern elements of steel, glass, cedar, concrete and fir, setting it apart as a truly Signature home.
Entering through a custom pivoting steel and cedar door, you are greeted by an expansive floor plan with 12’ curving glass windows on the ocean side. The kitchen was voted “Best Kitchen by the Georgie Awards, offering Makore and Fir cabinets with Quartz counter tops and custom acrylic eating bar. State of the art appliances complete the package.
The feature curved steel and glass stair case takes you to the upper sleeping level with fabulous master suite with floor to ceiling glass, an elegant spa bath, and generous walk in closet. Two more bedrooms are on this level.
The 1,800 sq ft subterranean garage emulates a James Bond moment, with the dramatic high ceilings and custom made scissor lift. Also on the lower level is a professionally designed media room with a 108 projector screen and built in surround system.
The main floor opens to the cantilevered concrete patio with fireplace and barbeque, a perfect spot to enjoy the Marine life, cruise ships, killer whales and sea otters. Stairs lead you to one of Victoria’s finest beaches. The home was engineered to include seismic earthquake features and insulated interior walls.
Nothing has been overlooked in this multi award winning home; it offers a west coast lifestyle at its ultimate best…Distinctive yet Welcoming!
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