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Fantastic timber home with ocean views asks $1.1M

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Located in Mendocino, California

Wood-framed house with sloping, angled roof, large picture windows, and wraparound deck on green site.
Timbers, as it’s dubbed, was designed by local craftsman Harold Brayton.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Mendocino, California

Price: $1,125,000

A fantastic custom-designed home is up for sale in Mendocino, a bohemian enclave on the coast of Northern California. Constructed from reclaimed timber by local craftsman Harold Brayton, the rustic getaway boasts a combination of midcentury and Arts and Crafts styles (its date of completion is unknown) but is decidedly a creation of its own.

The 2,800-square-foot residence, dubbed Timbers, unfurls across a unique floorplan that frames views of the ocean and beyond by way of a sloping, angled roof with large overhangs and a wraparound deck on the second floor. Oversized picture windows throughout flood the space with natural light, balancing out the effect of the interior’s thick beams and other built-ins.

A master suite and two additional bedrooms, each with its own full bathroom, occupy the first floor, where a sunroom is also located. A bespoke open staircase leads to the second floor, where the home’s main living area is found. Here, an open-plan lounge anchored by a central brick fireplace flows into a period kitchen and dining area. Pacific Ocean and lighthouse views surround this space, and access to the aforementioned deck offers indoor-outdoor living.

Rounding out the property is a three-car garage with guest apartment above. Set on a 1.6-acre hilltop site, the home is offered at $1.125 million. Have a look.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty