This stucco and timber home, with stone veneer wainscott, takes its design vocabulary from adjacent rock outcroppings. It is nestled into a large tree grove at the confluence of Adams Gulch Creek and the Bigwood River. The covered arched patio is oriented to take advantage of the creek just a few steps away from the living room. Exterior timber knee braces and iron railings provide clues to the overall level of detail. However, it is not until you step through the front door and into the vaulted entry with the grand staircase, that the true scale and elegance of the house becomes apparent. The refined interior details; incorporating columned arched doorways, custom casework, rich hardwood floors, and diamond pane windows, give this house an elegant quality.