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An artist's home in Napa Valley, California

An artist's home in Napa Valley, California

Built by CCS Architecture for a painter and writer, this second home in the Napa Valley in California is a true haven of peace. Nestled in the greenery of the region, it even has a guest house. Good visit !

Chalet airs


CCS Architecture / David Duncan Livingston, Mill Valley, CA With its wooden structure, this large house is halfway between the American ranch and the European chalet.

A beautiful swimming pool


CCS Architecture / David Duncan Livingston, Mill Valley, CA There is no big Californian house that does not have a swimming pool!

Beautiful climbing plants


CCS Architecture / David Duncan Livingston, Mill Valley, CA In front of the house, beautiful climbing plants provide comfortable little shade.

Pretty pergola


CCS Architecture / David Duncan Livingston, Mill Valley, CA Between the house and the pool, CCS architects installed a beautiful wooden pergola. Luxury, calm and voluptuousness !

A bright kitchen


CCS Architecture / David Duncan Livingston, Mill Valley, CA Inside, all the rooms - particularly the kitchen - are extremely bright, with breathtaking views of the huge garden opposite.

Beautiful exposed beams


CCS Architecture / David Duncan Livingston, Mill Valley, CA In the open space that brings together the kitchen, dining room and living room, we particularly like the beautiful exposed wooden beams that give charm and authenticity to this exceptional place.

A wooden living room


CCS Architecture / David Duncan Livingston, Mill Valley, CA In the living room, apart from the fireplace and the beautiful leather club sofa, everything is made of wood. A decorative bias which takes care to preserve the charm of the house.

A beautiful and large room


CCS Architecture / David Duncan Livingston, Mill Valley, CA Very spacious, the master bedroom is also extremely bright.

The guest house


CCS Architecture / David Duncan Livingston, Mill Valley, CA A little behind the main house, there is a pretty little guest house, fully equipped. Source: CCS Architecture