“Zen Style” is a Japanese Buddhist architectural style named after the Zen sect of Buddhism. Originally derived from Chinese Song Architecture, it emerged in Japan as a prominent architectural style in the late 12th or early 13th century.
A Zen-inspired home embodies a minimalist philosophy while concentrating on a relaxing, visually balanced, and appealing design. This home, listed by Brett Dickinson and Annette Villalobos at Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, promotes feelings of serenity and peace and takes Zen design to a more modern level.
This hidden oasis, located in one of San Diego’s most prestigious enclaves, features a 13,532 square foot modern sanctuary on over 3.5 acres. Showcasing resort-caliber amenities and breathtaking city views, the exceptional home embodies the quintessential Southern California lifestyle with an air of the exotic.
Beautifully landscaped Japanese gardens invite you in to the stunning home, which features a sleek contemporary aesthetic enriched with rare woods, soaring ceilings and sophisticated finishes.
Nothing says relaxation like this tranquil master suite. As one of 6 bedrooms in the home, this room features a private balcony with a view, spa-like bathroom, and spectacular showroom closet.
The Resort-caliber amenities include a resort-style pool and spa, a lap pool, a loggia with a bar and grill, a grassy baseball field, tennis, and basketball courts.
Also featuring a yoga studio, fitness center, tiered cinema, and children’s suite with a performance stage and craft space, this home promotes a relaxing lifestyle in each and every room.