Set atop a secluded piece of a property, the existing 6,000 square foot residence had been customized by the original owner to enjoy distant views of the changing landscape. Hirshson Architecture sought to improve the relationship of interior and exterior design through the complete renovation of the home for its second owners. The new front facade features a stone porch with a copper metal roofing, a custom walnut entry door, and a feature arch-topped window. Immediately inside, the existing staircase was removed and replaced to maximize the footprint of the entry foyer. The surrounding wainscot panels balance the height of the space as well as showcasing the owner's art collection. At the rear, all windows were reconfigured to maximize the view and the connection to a new pool, fire pit, and pergola. All interior rooms received design features including a chef's kitchen, double-height living room with marble fireplace, a bar, and a new cabana bath. On the second floor, a multi-room master suite includes separate dressing rooms and a tranquil bath with a soaking tub surrounded by glass.