Amanda and William Hunter, the husband and wife duo behind William Hunter Collective, purchased 5222 Monte Bonito Drive in 2006.
Leaving old world architectural details intact, the couple decided to completely gut and reconfigure the interior space, adding modern finishes like soapstone counters, a walnut island, and hand painted Moroccan tile. They employed interior designer Emily Henderson to give the space “modern and traditional design elements in a way that’s undeniably timeless.”
Grounded by a grand picture window and a plastered fireplace, the living room blends seamlessly into the kitchen that opens on to the deck and backyard.
A simply decorated entryway separates the public and private spaces.
Measuring a tad under 2,000 square feet, the three-bedroom, two-bath home blends “old world antiques, deeper jewel tones, warm pinks, greens, and blues … and some drama [added] throughout.”
Each of the three bedrooms have unique design elements. The first bedroom features exposed turret ceilings discovered during construction. The second bedroom opens via large doors onto the terrace. The master suite is a retreat with gorgeous light and scale featuring a bathroom with coved tile ceilings, a custom walnut vanity, and a large soaking tub.
Asking $1.599 million, the home is well- sited above the street on a 7,780-square-foot lot with sweeping views and comes with a separate office/studio space, flat backyard with majestic oak trees, and a detached two-car garage.
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Listing courtesy of Lauren Reichenberg – Compass