Comprised of a main house and two guest cottages, the High Horse Ranch is a serene getaway in the mountains of Northern California. A winding, gravel road leads to the 64-acre compound. Sited on the edge of a ravine, the property overlooks wooded meadows filled with Douglas fir, ponderosa pine, and old oak trees. The main house is perched above the small cabins. All three structures share a material palette of reclaimed wood, cor-ten steel, and floor-to-ceiling glazing. While each one is equipped with its own bedroom, bathroom, covered porch, and fire pit, they also offer their own unique views of the surrounding landscape.
Photos: Tim Griffith / Kieran Timberlake Architecture