Dry Creek Craftsman

This Dry Creek Valley home’s design has Craftsman style at its core, with contemporary accents: cedar ship-lap siding with quartzite veneer on the exterior, interior walls of Marmorino plaster, and lift-and-slide doors allowing outdoor/indoor living. Other features include an infinity-edge pool, large wine cellar, standing seam metal roof, travertine paving and pool coping, and bluestone pathways. The project also included remodeling the Spring House, an outbuilding over 100 years old. Used for entertaining, it now houses a pizza oven on the patio. A petanque court and large, contemporary art pieces complete the exterior landscaping for the residence.

Photography copyright Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios.

Project Team

  • Location:
    Healdsburg, CA
  • Size:
    5,000 sf
  • JMA Project Manager:
    Andrew Supinger
  • JMA Superintendent:
    Larry Braughton
  • Architecture:
    Jim McCalligan Architects
  • Interior Design:
    Owner
  • Electrical Engineering:
    Summit Electric
  • Landscape Design:
    Phil Manoukian
  • Structural Engineering:
    Green Engineering
  • Civil Engineering:
    Adobe Associates