[caption id="attachment_66427" align="alignnone" width="595"] Rear view of the Howard residence in the Mayacama neighborhood of Santa Rosa, showing the terraces, pool and floor-to-ceiling dining room window. (photo credit: Nordby Signature Homes)[/caption]
Location: Mayacama Club Drive, Santa Rosa
Design: struture -- Farrell Faber & Associates; landscape -- Firma Design Group; interior -- Petersen Design AssociatesEngineering: civil -- Pope Engineering; structural -- Johnson, Debois & Forrest; soils -- PJC & Associates
Contractors and suppliers: general -- Nordby Signature Homes; casework and millwork -- Acapella Construction; framing -- Robert Kline Construction; electrical -- Summit Electric; welding -- The Welding Shop; painting -- Streamline Painting; kitchen cabinets: Bulthaup of San Francisco; other cabinets -- WNT Design; Building Green products -- Paul Balatti of NorCal Development Co.; lighting -- Ironware International, Holly Hunt, Boyd, Jean de Merry, Policelli Lighting and Porta Romana; fire suppression -- Alpha Fire Suppression Systems; roofing -- AnC Roofing; pool -- Bertram Pools; grading -- George E. Young & Sons; front door and dining room window -- Portalais; fireplace -- Blaze Fireplaces; doors -- Curtis & Sons Doors; windows -- Portofino Fine Doors & Windows; garage door -- Don’s Garage Door Co.; masonry -- Masonry Contractor Installers and Sonoma Cast Stone; waterproofing -- North Coast Waterproofing; drywall -- Luke Construction; tile -- Dennett Tile & Stone; heating and plumbing -- Rogers Radiant Heating & Plumbing and Swan Plumbing; plumbing fixtures: Duravit Bathroom Fixtures and Waterworks; sheet metal -- Simpson Sheet Metal; appliances -- Standards of Excellence
SANTA ROSA -- The Howard residence in the Mayacama Timbers Resort community in the Shiloh Hills is a magnificent single-family home built on a two-acre lot that has been sited to maximize valley vistas of Windsor and Santa Rosa.
This premier custom home, located along Cottage Ridge Road, is modeled after a weathered Tuscan stone barn that has been added onto over the years.
The structure is an elegant blend of wood and stucco with various earthtone finishes wrapped in native stonework.
Paul Balatti, of NorCal Development Company, served as the owner’s representative. He formed a team of professionals, including contractors and an interior design firm, to develop the project.
Petersen Design Associates, LLC, of Novato was chosen to select interior styles and finishes. Constance Petersen, principal, and Karen Douglass, senior designer, worked closely with the homeowner, architect and contractor to achieve the owner’s vision.