Perched on 42 acres in Carpinteria, California, this sprawling residence was designed to showcase the dazzling natural wonders around it. Take in panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands, Santa Ynez Mountains, and Santa Barbara coastline via a series of retractable and frameless Vitrosca Invisible Walls.

Dramatic use of glass, walnut floors and cabinetry, and freestanding native sandstone walls permeate this peaceful property. 

Designed by Andy Neumann, the expansive compound embraces functional minimalism and features multiple structures including a 6,600-square foot main residence, a two-bedroom guest house, and a multi-room cabana. Multiple terraces pepper the property, along with an infinity pool and in-pool spa. 

Stately oaks create a backdrop for the infinity pool, with views of the Pacific Ocean on the other side. 

Enter through the gallery and enjoy the serene nature of natural materials like sandstone and warm wood alongside a fountain and reflection pond. The space flows into the living area, library, and office. The living room and library share a stone wall with an embedded fireplace for added tranquility.

Walls of glass open throughout the home to let in the salty sea air. 

The kitchen is custom-designed by Valucine and features more slide-away glass for easy al fresco entertaining. 

Italian cabinets and counters set the stage for a glorious meal prep. 

From the kitchen, take in views of the ocean on one side and the mountains on the other. 

Alongside the bespoke kitchen is a dining room swathed in stunning views of ocean, islands, mountains, and sky.

Bright and airy, the dining area opens up entirely. 

The primary suite is surrounded by glass, interrupted only by a floor-to-ceiling sandstone fireplace with a raised sandstone hearth. Its accompanying bathroom features creamy walnut cabinetry, dual sinks, a double spa shower with seating, and a freestanding soaking tub. 

The primary bedroom is perhaps the most soothing of all the spaces, surrounded on all sides by ocean views and anchored by a large fireplace. 

The primary bath is teeming with storage and spa-like finishes, while an accompanying walk-in closet is a room in and of itself. 

Rounding out the main house is a media room and guest suite with its own private office and terrace.

Every room has a view, including in the office, peeking over oak treetops. 

The separate guest house has two more bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, and sitting area. Offering even more space for overnighters is the pool cabana with a kitchen and two bathrooms. Meander around the property on walking paths to discover even more view terraces, a dining terrace with built-in barbecues, and a discreetly-placed solar array. 

Overnight guests will appreciate the privacy and comfort of the two-bedroom guest house, nestled between the pool and the sea.