Patty bought the property in Point Reyes in 1989. She felt like the luckiest person in the world. As the town's Family Doc in...More information +
Patty bought the property in Point Reyes in 1989. She felt like the luckiest person in the world. As the town's Family Doc in Point Reyes, while working two jobs she spent late nights imagining her "dream house"; she had never designed anything. After two years reading about design, principles of kitchen flow, Japanese gardening, and energy efficiency, she presented her plans to a local designer-builder. The home was completed in 1992. The Southwest orientation maximizes views and solar passive energy. The street side remains private with few windows. Two large bedroom suites placed at opposite wings of the home optimizes the view and privacy for all occupants. The central common area is unifying. The open kitchen can accommodate many working simultaneously. The loft is a great place to get away for a nap. As Patty's nephew uses a wheelchair, she designed the doorways and halls wide and the second bathroom is handicap friendly. The master bath indoor-outdoor design pulls you into the
3 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 8
Left on Mar 11, 2011 for a stay in March 2011
This cozy, spacious home in Point Reyes Station is a perfect getaway spot for a family or group of friends. It has two good sized bedrooms and a third attic bedroom that kids would love. It also has a fully equipped kitchen, a comfy living room with board games, and a retro fabulous record collection. The home has a natural and unpretentious design, with lots of wood and light.
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