At Paradise, we’re always striving to create open, usable spaces that are progressively designed. A huge part of creating the airy comfort so many of our buyers are drawn to is higher-than-standard ceilings on multiple floors. Couple this with natural light pouring in from huge windows, and our homes give you all the room you need to breathe.
Californian architecture is unlike any other style across the globe. A mish-mash of Spanish, Italian, and French styles, Californian homes are known for their airy architecture and heavy use of terraces, lookouts and windows to bring the outside in. Unlike other heavily populated areas where styles of architecture generally stem, California allows residents plenty of space creating a sprawling, more breathable home than traditional French or American architecture. How do we do it?
It’s common in real estate to deal in terms of square feet. It seems like an easily comparable number, or an apples-to-apples comparison. Price per square foot becomes the metric of value. This industry standard doesn’t account for true value, though. After all, this number is all-inclusive – garages, attics, closets, nooks and crannies, hallways – of space that, while you pay for it, isn’t an important, usable, necessary part of your home.