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The Carriage House By Butler Armsden Architects

By Magaly – Classes: Ar2rk, Bathroom, Bedroom, Bookshelf, Decorative Add-ons, Dining Area, Furnishings, Houses, Interior Design, Kitchen, Landscaping, Residing Room, Offices, Remodeling, Rugs, Staircase, Wall Decor   

Positioned in Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, the Carriage Property is a personal residence designed by Butler Armsden Architects.

The residence is the height of elegance, with an impeccable landscaping plan and a delightfully vibrant interior.


The Carriage House by Butler Armsden Architects:

“An Italianate Victorian dating back to 1870 graces one of the biggest city lots in Pacific Heights.

Following a family obtained the residence they set out to renovate the 1920s carriage home in the rear of the property that sat dilapidated from years of neglect. Butler Armsden undertook a comprehensive overhaul of the interiors, gutting the space totally and creating a sleek yet cozy modern day retreat, whilst generating much required enhancements to the historic exterior. It was repurposed as an extension of the family’s living area with a Bulthaup kitchen, integrated audio-visual program, pool table as well as an office/library and guest suite for visiting pals and household.

In addition to fitting out the carriage home Butler Armsden also embarked to make the mature garden far more welcoming and beneficial to the household. A gracious deck and staircase befitting of the historic nature of the home was created off of the major drawing space offering a considerably require website link amongst home and backyard. Rows of trees and strategic planting separate the parking region from the garden, which also serves as a sport court. Subtle score lines in the concrete and blue stone patterns define a basketball “key”, although also blending in with the total diagonal concrete score pattern. An outside shower and sizzling tub comprehensive the notion of garden oasis inside the busy city.”

Pictures courtesy of Butler Armsden Architects

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