Casa de Santo Tomás, a truly unique custom estate home that was completed in 2010 consisting of timeless Early California architecture, contemporary flare & modern sustainability technology. Located upon a prime Rancho Santa Fe Covenant 3 acre parcel, this peaceful and private location has ideal topography for panoramic vistas of the rolling hills along the horizon. Built for indoor/outdoor living, with pool, spa, tennis court, tree house, zip line, guest house & huge 800sf open air estancia or outdoor living room is the ultimate for enjoying the best weather in the entire world. Designed by award winning craftsman, Holcombe, whom was Voted best builder/architect in 2011 Ranch & Coast. Additionally Holcombe won the coveted Lilly Award in recognition of the influential young architect Lillian Rice, whom was the talent behind one of California's most charming communities, Rancho Santa Fe. This home is available fully furnished which are included in the asking price. The interior design was artfully achieved by Carly Blalock of Carly & Co. Some more notable details; the state of the art, solar power. Throughout the home there are impressive stained solid wood beams, all of which are real and actual structural timbers. Paver flooring with San Felipe pattern and Riviera tiles. The office has a unique "Beam on Beam" ceiling structure. Dramatic, Mission style beam structure in foyer and the front door is solid mesquite double entry door circa 1830 from Guatemala. Colorful handmade, Talevera tiles on stair risers. Wide hallways with wood beams and corbels. Master bath with tumbled marble and onyx floor is heated and dual zoned for two people. Morning kitchenette with built in frig, ice maker, espresso machine. Thre are 9 wood burning masonry fireplaces plus a pizza oven. Spacious, temperature controlled wine room. Charming detached guest house with corner fireplace, stylish bathroom, mini laundry, French doors that open to covered veranda and fantastic view. The street is one of the finest in the community with mature landscape of tall trees and a cul-de-sac ensuring peace and quiet. The Covenant of Rancho Santa Fe, rich in history, culture & architecture. The original design guidelines began in 1921 and were officially adopted in 1928. The “Covenant” is the oldest active planned community in California and consists of less than 2,000 parcels on over 6,000 acres. The location of 4 miles from the ocean provides the best possible year round weather conditions for the approximately 3,000 residents to enjoy the private golf club, tennis and nearly 50 miles of equestrian trails.