BOVE the living wing is the owner’s suite, a
private retreat with a sliding door able to open
up to the “away room” on the next level down.
There’s a window in the shower for a lookout to
“The owner’s bedroom is the most impressive,” says
Keeton. “Leslie uses all the materials we already selected
and creates a completely different feeling room.”
The hotel wing is a concept Kranich brought to the
Kersting team inspired by travel overseas. Three side-by-side
en suite guest rooms share an entertainment lounge
that Kranich and the design team refer to as the haber-dashery.
One of the rooms is fashioned with an alcove for
a crib for future grandchildren.
“I knew this would be a house to grow old with and
so I wanted to have some really universal concepts. I was
always thinking of each stage of life,” says Kranich.
The owner’s suite is a private retreat. A window in the
shower looks out to the ocean. Ipe, oak, walnut, inland
cedar and steel are the core building materials. A series
of en suite guest rooms line the “hotel wing.” A gym is
placed in the bunk wing.