In the early 1950s renowned artists Robert Pearson McChesney & Mary Fuller McChesney settled on Sonoma Mountain. Having returned from living in Mexico, & inspired by their world travels, they would hand build their loft-style bohemian home, utilizing whatever materials they could source. The result — an extraordinary home, eclectic, functional, minimalistic. Vaulted ceilings w/ exposed beams & joists, an open concept, & plenty of windows providing natural light & views. Over the next 70 years, Mac & Mary would transform their property into an artist haven, complete w/ sculptures, studios, & more. Today the property consists of three buildings; the main home, the studio, & the casita. The casita has a bedroom, bathroom w/ heated floors, kitchen, bamboo flooring, living area, & an outdoor bathtub. Bordering is the 450 acre Fairfield Osborne Preserve w/ views as far as the eyes can see. Secluded, surrounded by nature, spectacular sunsets, yet just 1 hour from the Golden Gate Bridge.
Updated on May 31, 2022 at 11:43 am