LE MAS DE LA PAX
“The House of Peace” perfectly describes the esthetics and tranquility of this unique property nestled in the hills above the wineries, restaurants and quaint shops of Carmel Valley Village. Built in mid-Century by noted architect, Donald Goodhue, and remodeled in 2008 under the guidance of L.A. Architect, David Hertz and Curator of the Japanese Garden in Portland, Oregon, Sada Uchiyama, the home achieves a breathtaking, yet warm balance between the pristine 270 degree views of the Santa Lucia Mountain Range and the serenity of a modern Japanese home. The property, which is approached through a custom entry gate designed by Bryan Tedrick, includes the main house, a detached guest house, and a separate home office or artist’s studio. Walking paths, extensive decking, a sauna, hot tub and a pool are all within this fully gated acre of property 1100 feet above sea level and an easy drive to the white sand beach of Carmel.