Nestled high atop a granite peak and surrounded by mature oak trees at the end of a private road in San Diego Country Estates is this architectural masterpiece by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice, architect Sim Bruce Richards. Built in collaboration with artist James Hubbell and ceramist Rhoda LeBlanc Lopez, this custom home was built with impeccable standards using the finest materials available. Today, the home enjoys magnificent panoramic mountain views, a sparkling pool, and a sculpture-filled garden of Japanese black pines and koi fish by landscape architect Frank Koge. An abundance of beautiful craftsman-built cabinetry offering ample storage highlight the interiors bathed in natural light through dozens of windows and skylights. A natural spring supplies water to the property from which the well offers delicious drinking water and a fantastic source for irrigation. Rooftop solar and on-site propane make for highly sustainable living.