Casa En La Montaña Negra.
In the rolling hills between the Santa Lucia Mountains and Pacific Ocean, nestled among the trees of Black Mountain in the beautiful Santa Lucia Preserve, lies the inviting and quietly luxurious estate known as Casa en la Montaña Negra. Its main residence inspired by the highland hill town of San Miguel de Allende, its equestrian facilities, the home for the steeds of modern vaqueros, and its pool, hiking trails, and access to the Tom Fazio designed golf course provide the inviting allure for distant family and friends.
Casa Monte Negra, where the drive home begins with arches of moss-hung oaks, slowly rises to expansive vistas of sky and mountains, passes through a safari of grasses and flowers, and ends with a descent into one’s own private refuge. All the way, greeted by wildlife of all kinds exploring their vast natural habitat.
Casa Monte Negra, where old world craftsmanship has been sought and treasured, including beautiful cabinetry hand-carved by Mexican artisans, large stone arches and fireplaces mined from the quarries of San Miguel, antique doors inspired by early Portuguese colonialists, old wooden beams recovered from their original resting places, walnut planking and Pavé tile on every floor, lighting fixtures carefully designed for every space, and a gallery for precious art with ceiling vaults hand-painted in floral designs.
Casa en la Montaña Negra, a beautiful home, in a beautiful place, awaiting you and your family.