From planning to move-in, we pay attention to detail every step of the way, helping you select materials, fixtures and finishes. Our excellent relationships with local subcontractors, suppliers and building planners and inspectors ensure a smooth, timely process resulting in high-quality workmanship.

Featured Projects

Please take a look at each project’s gallery by clicking on the thumbnails below:

Highview Drive Project

Remodel and New Construction – Completed 2021
This once dated Mediterranean style home was completely transformed by the addition of extensive construction attached to the original house, along with several buildings detached from the main house. The custom pool house floors are one of a kind and the view from this floor leads out onto a 30’ long wall of moveable glass which opens up onto creatively finished hardscaped patios and a custom pool. The pool room houses a full kitchen and bathroom and is warmed by hydronic in-floor heating. Adjacent to the pool is an outdoor kitchen, sauna, hot tub and full bath. The room adjoining the pool house contains an art room where the homeowners have plenty of room and light in which to inspire their creative muse.

Almar Avenue Project

New Construction – Completed 2021
We transformed this vacant lot just 3 blocks from Mitchell’s Cove into a beautiful custom home. The home is spacious yet warm and has great flow and light. The custom kitchen and baths contain creative details that really enliven the space so the house feels quite livable and airy.

Oxford Way, Santa Cruz

New construction, more photos coming soon.

Redwood Drive (Santa Cruz County)

Completed in 2004, this beautiful house sits high along Redwood Drive with commanding 180 degree views looking out towards Monterey Bay. Some of the special features include a music studio, radiant heating, a covered bridge entryway, vaulted ceilings and a large open loft area which has been utilized as an office within the home.

Redwood Street, Santa Cruz

Completed in 2005, this custom 1600sf house took full advantage of the lot orientation by maximizing passive solar gain. The house, heated hydronically, has a comfortable feel and contains a unique aesthetic quality while blending well into its surrounding lower Westside neighborhood.

Alta Avenue, Santa Cruz

Completed in 2010, this house was named Fine Homebuilding’s Best New Home for 2012. Several of the home’s unique features include straw bale covered in lime plaster, photovoltaics, Fireclay tile, radiant heating and salvaged materials all encapsulated in a distinctive design. This lower Westside home combines a feeling of spaciousness and coziness while taking full advantage of its orientation, situated along a Santa Cruz Greenbelt.