When the fog lifts, the views from 54000 Plum Ranch Road are unimaginable. Dream-like landscapes of city lights stretch on for miles from Santa Rosa to Sebastopol. And all this is could be yours to savor behind the windows of a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home tucked into the hills above Rincon Valley.

The custom 4,113 square foot residence is the work of Gary Tucker who studied with Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin West. Indeed touches of Wright’s style are everywhere from the eaves, to the furniture, to natural surroundings. The sloping roofs mimic the incline of the hills and thin horizontal bands of windows allow touches of forest greenery to enter the home.

Inside you will find rooms that are as interesting as they are luxurious. The master suite has a gas fireplace, coffee bar and spa-like bathroom. The chef’s kitchen has a Viking gas stove, two ovens and a wine fridge. To top that off, there is a 1,500 bottle wine room, separate guest wing and picture windows in almost every room showcasing million-dollar landscapes.

The exterior isn’t too shabby either with a barbecue terrace, pool, hot tub, wet bar, vineyard, raised bed gardens, olive trees and Japanese gardens.

Click through our gallery above to see more of this architect’s dream home floating in the clouds above Santa Rosa.