A remodeled home that was transformed from a crouching one story home into an elegant presence that stands tall on its low slung lot. The house and especially the two story entry volume is inspired by famous early 20th century California architect Bernard Maybeck, mixing contemporary architecture with Arts and Crafts style. Caroline Dooley designed the house like a view home because the property is beautiful and each room has a unique view.  This house has inspired many newer clients with it’s beautiful flow, light and color.

Working with Caroline was a joy.  She had an ability to talk with my husband and me and translate our vision into an amazing  home.  Her attention to details has given us a one of a kind home which is comfortable, functional and a work of art in and of itself.
- Nancy and Gary Kobayashi

Interior design by Design Lines
Construction by Tom Sears Construction


  • Early 20th century architect Bernard Maybeck
  • Arts and Crafts architectural design