Three “garden rooms” are woven together with the repeated use of bluestone paving and stained woodworking that matches the house trim.
An entry garden, defined by a green wall of California buckthorn, and bounded by a citrus court, creates a private front entrance. The home’s dining room, library and kitchen look over an informal gravel courtyard with stone walls and a hornbeam hedge. While the rear garden overlooks a wild canyon dominated by a majestic, single heritage live oak tree.
The landscape design is completed by the homeowner’s collection of stone-carved sculptures and basins.