I really love this home that is currently under construction in Pescadaro Mexico just 8 miles south of Todo Santos well known for its galleries & artists. I love the special architectural details that I never see done in our area of the world. (Oregon). By Mexican standards it is not so unusual though. Some of the architecture is pretty typical for nice Mexican homes.
The interior is all plaster & is being hand finished with a venetian plaster. It takes 3 hand applied coats and lots of burnishing to get the final finish. Hard work and very time consuming but it is so beautiful.
The whole house is being finished "gringo style" using solid wood cabintry & hand made door & window systems. My son Jason, the builder & designer of this home is hard at work as we speak getting the doors & windows ready to be installed. He and his family have been working on this home as they had time for the last four years and it looks like they might be coming close to a move-in. They have built me a lovely "Grama Suite" which I am anxiously awaiting. I will post further progress pictures as I get them.
The final night before I left on this last visit we inaugerated the home with the official "First Dinner". We made a table out of plywood & saw horses & sat in the "dining area" to watch the sunset on Ceritos beach & the hills. It was a lovely evening.