A mid-century home lovingly transformed. With a nod to old world-massive, open, and comfortable best describes the new interior. Wood covered steel beams allow for the openness of the main living areas. The kitchen is a dream, with two 36” Wolf ovens, plus a warming oven. On the same wall, the built-in Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer has doors above four drawers, two of which are additional freezers. The farmhouse style kitchen sink is molded of marble, which is repeated on all of the other countertops. Central to everything is an amazing work station island, with a five burner gas cooktop, down draft vent, and conveniently located wine storage. The home supports the owner’s many collections and lovely artwork. The large vineyard painting is by Robert Minuzzo. Don’t miss the doll houses and bird house collection in the sunroom/hobby room. The footboard in the master bedroom was created by the owner’s husband with metal artist Paul Thorne. French doors lead to the patio and views of Guemes Channel. Linger a moment by the stone seating to experience the sculptural Wind Forest by Lyman Whitaker. Wander though the gardens, notice the Turf Stone driveway, the beautiful gate by Paul Thorne, and the wonderful horse statuary.