This Mediterranean Masterpiece accented with Cameron Stone and Santa Barbara Finish Stucco was built in 2005 as a work of art, not just for function. Reclaimed rough sawn ceilings in the office, living room (in a herringbone pattern), master, and family room that continue through to the outside patio add rich character to this home. Materials integrated throughout the home were created by a variety of local artisans and spacious rooms throughout feature un-obstructed 180 degree views of the Pacific Ocean from both downstairs and upstairs that are protected by a height restriction acquired by the current owner. Turret mid-level entry with exposed reclaimed wood beam ceiling and sculpture niche features electronically operated clear story windows and cove lighting. A custom wrought iron handrail accents the two and a half story circular staircase that leads upstairs to the main living area, down stairs to the family room and bedrooms, and then continues down to the temperature controlled wine cellar. The wine cellar features custom built mahogany shelves to hold 450 bottles with room for tasting table.