This is a beautifully built house located atop a hill on 38.4 acres in the central coast mountains of California with views of rolling hills dotted with Oak and Juniper trees, seasonal creeks, and grazing land. The exterior of the house is made up of redwood siding, and fire-resistant metal roofing, and is wrapped by a covered composite deck. The house offers two heating options, you can either use the wood-burning fireplace or the heated floors which are controlled by three different zoned thermostats. The house's 20 windows offer plenty of natural light and views in every direction. Being fully self-sufficient, the house is powered by solar panels that charge eight large batteries that offer 25kw of power storage. The house has both a solar water heater for efficiency and a tankless gas water heater for dependability. The property's water is supplied by its well and is stored in three 5,000-gallon tanks. All the utilities for the house are in a detached utility shed.