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The garden gate is the front door - you feel that you are in the house as soon as the garden gate closes behind you. - Sunset Western Ranch House


decorative grille and shutters, with a recessed front door/garden gate that simulates a portal through a six-foot adobe wall. Distinctive details include a small portezuela (peep door) near the front door that would have been painted with floral motifs to harmonize with the glazed doorbell tile.


Brightly colored Bauer flowerpots hang again in the original ferrous rings and also sit in the window grille as May intended. Because May’s plant palette was also part of his signature, the owners have begun recreating the original landscaping using offspring from the O’Leary home.


The original plan as rendered was similar to the O’Leary and Lindstrom houses, 21


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