Behind the Scenes: Architecturally Significant La Jolla Farms Home is a Curvilinear Masterpiece

Located in the exclusive La Jolla Farms neighborhood, sits the stunning, sculptural masterpiece. Designed by Wallace Cunningham and featured predominantly in Architectural Digest, this distinctive 3 bedroom, 4 bath La Jolla Farms home boasts over 5,000 square feet of immaculate living spaces, creating a timeless elegance.

Affectionately known as BrushStroke, this single-level, gated architecturally significant La Jolla Farms home estate sits on 1.3 acres of tranquil Japanese gardens designed by landscape architect Joe Yamada. With a dramatic, curvilinear roofline, hand-tinted plaster walls and floor to ceiling walls of glass flanked by 100-year old reclaimed redwood beams, every detail blends perfectly together.

Entertain in the spacious living area, complete with French Limestone flooring, a floating fireplace, and the gourmet kitchen. With the interior extending out to expansive decks surrounding this architecturally significant La Jolla Farms home, you can take full advantage of indoor/outdoor living.

One of the two master suites features a spa-inspired bath plus office. All of the bedrooms provide stunning views of the gardens eliminating the sense of inside versus outside.

Once outside this architecturally significant La Jolla Farms home, the breathtaking infinity edge pool was expertly crafted to maximize the reflection of light, while the soothing sound of water cascades down into a tranquil pebble garden. Enjoy a match on your private tennis court while taking in beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean.

Access the private road leading down to Black’s Beach and be just minutes from the prestigious Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa and Torrey Pines Golf Course.

Welcome to Brushstroke…where iconic contemporary architecture and unparalleled coastal living overlooking the Pacific Ocean converge.

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