Cambria architect Marshall Lewis used vertical lines on the copper fascia to add height to the roof. Landscaping gets light from the opening above. The Tribune
At top, the front of the 1950s house as it looked in 2004 when Luba Halopoff purchased it. Below, after remodeling and landscaping, the entry door was moved to the front and the dining room, with new windows, opened up into the original entry walkway.
Clusters of long-lasting flowers and large leaves make hydrangeas a favorite in the coastal climate zone. The Tribune
The back corner of the yard is a sunny and private reading patio. The Tribune
The new front patio faces the ocean. The Tribune
This flute player sits among ferns and Chinese anenome. The Tribune
The cool, moist weather of the beach is perfect for fuchsias. The Tribune
Blooming succulents in colorful pots lead to the side entrance. The Tribune