The Hines House, designed by renowned Sea Ranch architect William Turnbull Jr. in 1968, is an award-winning property overlooking the Pacific.
In the 1960s, San Francisco landscape architect Lawrence Halprin came up with the master plan for the ecologically minded, 10-mile coastal stretch of Sonoma County known as Sea Ranch—a community now famous for its timber-clad, contemporary Northern Californian style. One of the first private residences designed with architect William Turnbull Jr. of the firm MLTW at the helm, the Hines House is now being offered for the first time since 1972 for $2,450,000.
Set on just over one-and-a-half acres with prime ocean and forest views, the three-bedroom, three-bath residence includes a 1,977-square-foot main house and a 405-square-foot bunk house. Turnbull worked on the project from its construction in 1968 until he passed in 1997, designing a kitchen expansion, library, view deck, and even new skylights for the home. The Hines House won the Sunset/AIA Home of the Year Award in 1970. Scroll down for a look at this remarkable property and its light-filled interiors.
301 Chinquapin Lane is now being offered for $2,450,000 by Ilana Gafni at Crosby Doe Associates. See the full listing here.
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