Located a block from CC Bay in the uniquely private Tanglewood subdivision, this warm modern home was designed by CC architect Garth Carroll in the 1970s. CC architect David Richter expanded the original design in the 1990s, keeping the original cedar shingles and adding concrete and oxidized copper. The walkway to the home welcomes you with a fountain and outdoor fireplace. There are two master suites, one includes an outdoor shower. Reclaimed wood floors, limestone and customs maple cabinetry add elegance to the second suite. The upstairs is easily accessed via two staircases. This home has lots of natural light, lovely large windows and glass doors, high ceilings, open kitchen and living areas, wet bar, study, hurricane shutters, separate study or guest quarters and concrete storage units. The palm tree lined lap pool designed by Austin landscape architect James David completes the magnificent integration of interior and exterior spaces. This home received an architectural design award from TX Society of Architects and is published in Texas Architect, September/October, 1997.