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39.213 LAT. 123.776 LONG
Unique Craftsman style second home to celebrity photographer Greg Gorman. This property has been a point of inspiration, solace, festivity, and education for over 25 years. Built upon solid bedrock, the showpiece element is the view. This 2.3± acre private peninsula is your theatre to the Pacific Ocean, surrounded by water on three sides and featuring 270-degree views.
Reclaimed redwood is imbued with custom copper accents and radiant heat stone flooring throughout. A separate daylight artist's studio features a wine cellar, bar, and complete accommodations for guests or retreats. Native perennial flowers, boulders, and herb shrubs landscape the grounds.
Home design and build was completed by Richard Fienburgh and Company, who have been creating unique houses, studios, and storefronts on the Mendocino Coast for more than 20 years. Greg’s house is a paramount example of Feinburgh's rustic design aesthetic, showcasing deeply waxed, recycled Douglas fir as the main interior finish. Large parts of the studio were constructed from an old barn the company took down in Windsor, California. The structures embody and reflect Greg Gorman's vision for a home and studio, set off against the landscape of the property. This home was featured in California Interiors, published by Taschen Books in 1999.
The main home is 1,600± square feet and consists of a master bedroom with separate claw foot bathtub, access to the patio, wraparound windows, and...
Bathroom with standing shower
Radiant heat stone flooring throughout
Custom copper gutters and trim
Reclaimed redwood construction
The daylight artist's studio is 1,500± square feet and features...
Multiple skylights (electrically opened and shut)
Large-scaled, barn door shuttered windows
Living loft with bed and sitting area
Full bathroom with standing shower
Tasting bar with sink and refrigerator
Craftsman style Douglas fir flooring
The sauna is 70± square feet and consists of...
Lava rock radiator
Marine style lighting
Surround speaker system
Outdoor copper shower
A modern hot tub sits between the
master bedroom and sauna at the deck
The cabin is 240± square feet and consists of...
Open floor plan with vaulted ceiling
All structures are on separate foundations and unified by beautiful wraparound redwood decking. The end of the peninsula has a trail that meanders to a large, handcrafted bench facing outward towards the ocean. Framing the property is salt- and deer-tolerant landscaping with an integrated lighting concept controlled from the main home interior.
About Greg's Mendocino home & his body of work
** Warning: this video contains nudity
"When I unlocked the front door, it was like
unlocking the door to complete and utter relaxation."
INTERVIEW WITH GREG GORMAN
Little River Airport is a small county-owned public-use airport less than 12 minutes away.
Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport (STS) is named after Charles M. Schulz, the famed cartoonist of the Peanuts comic strip, who lived in Santa Rosa for more than 30 years. Alaska Airlines, American Airlines and United fly in and out of the airport, which is located less than 1 hour and 50 minutes away.
The Town of Mendocino, less than 20 minutes away. Regarded as the crown jewel of Mendocino County, it is consistently rated "Most Picturesque Town" by Sunset Magazine. Mendocino is ideal for enjoying a leisurely stroll with interesting things to do, including quaint boutiques to explore and stunning art galleries featuring local artists showcasing their latest creations. Many visitors who stay in Mendocino Village just park their cars and walk to the beach, restaurants, and shops.
Anderson Valley wineries are destinations unto themselves, offering world-class wines and awe-inspiring vistas — with the sorts of tranquil settings and modest prices that haven’t been seen in Napa Valley since the 1980s. No winery here requires a reservation, and many tastings are complimentary. The wine region is anchored by scenic Highway 128. As you sip along, the scenery changes from rolling hills and vineyards to towering, dense redwoods until you reach the coast, where the house is less than 38 minutes away.