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Ray Kappe
LivingHome 2

Layout

3 Bed | 2 Bath

Size

2275 sq. ft.

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Architect:
Ray Kappe

The Ray Kappe LivingHome 2 offers ample space for entertaining, living, and dining, along with three generously-sized bedrooms and five separate outdoor spaces—all in one, sleek story. 

The clean and unmistakably modern front facade features high clerestory windows for privacy, while full-height glass along the sides and rear fill the home with natural light. A signature Ray Kappe interior courtyard provides calming views from within the home, serving as a beautiful transition between the sleeping and living areas.

The open-plan kitchen and living area flows seamlessly onto two large decks, providing long sight lines and even more space for relaxing and entertaining. Stylish built-ins and large closets offer generous storage space, so you can live comfortably inside this picture-perfect, modern home.

Where zoning allows, an optional stair tower and rooftop deck can be added for even more outdoor living space. Like every LivingHome, the Ray Kappe LivingHome 2 is designed to meet net-zero standards and ships complete with best-in-class smart home technology and energy monitoring.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2

Floor Area

2275 sq. ft.

LivingHome Cost

Starting from $750,750

Hard Cost Estimate

Starting from $1,033,250

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Designer

Ray Kappe

The late Ray Kappe, FAIA, was Plant’s first design partner, responsible for the company’s famous Santa Monica show home (the first home in the world to achieve LEED Platinum certification), a number of remarkable custom projects, and several LivingHomes. His residential architecture is world-renown, characterized as 'the apotheosis of the California House.' Kappe’s designs evince a mastery of warm, modern spaces, clearly expressed construction systems, and environmental sensitivity.

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