The Mayacama foothills are a far cry from the deserts of New Mexico, but this beautifully designed home makes a Pueblo revival inspired estate look perfectly at home in Sonoma County.
This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath single family home is 4,784 square feet and was built in 1992, and features a 1 bedroom, 1 bath guest house, infinity pool, poolside cabana, and an outdoor kitchen with custom pizza oven.
Add in the lighted bocce ball court and wine cellar, and this home suddenly feels like a personal resort. While the Southwest is a far cry from the redwoods and hiking trails found in Santa Rosa, this estate at 735 Shiloh Canyon doesn’t look at all out of place.
This beautiful view looking down at the infinity pool also highlights the foothills this home is nestled in.
The hallmarks of Pueblo revival architecture can clearly be seen from the back of the home: flat roofs, earth-tone stucco, and organic, rounded walls with square windows.
While the outside is more traditionally Pueblo, this inside of this home shows off contemporary touches like a soaring cathedral ceiling and recessed lighting.
The view from the living room of the foothills.
This casual dining area focuses again on the outside views, with stone tile throughout and into the kitchen recalling the Pueblo inspired theme.
The open plan kitchen blends clean, minimalist lines perfectly with the earth tones and variations of color found in the stone tile.
The master bedroom is more contemporary with a recessed ceiling and clean, straight lines, but the Southwest influence can still be seen in the natural stone tiles and the extruding fireplace and hearth with more tile design applied.
The master bathroom is large, open, and inviting with an array of different tiles, both stone and ceramic, that work together to pull in the Southwest theme.
The guest bedroom carries the design through from the master bedroom, making certain to keep the design sensibility of the home uniform throughout.
This room can be a den, guest room, or a lounge, and the straight lines are softened by a subtle addition of curves in the doorway, corners, and bookshelf.
Going back outside, the true lure of this home can be found in how it blends seamlessly with the surroundings. This outdoor entertainment space has a full kitchen and barbecue, with plenty of poolside seating.
Fresh pizza can be baked up daily whenever the craving happens.
The pool house has changing rooms and carries on with the Pueblo inspired architecture.
If a guest needs a respite from all the revelry, the guest house has a private entrance.
The private bocce ball court adds to the resort-like atmosphere, underlying the location of the estate, which overlooks the Mayacama Golf Club.