Homes with high ceilings just have a whole different atmosphere. Not only are they an added value to your home, but they literally elevate the overall style and mood. While rooms and homes with high ceilings feel open and airy, they can also feel a bit daunting to furnish and style.
From the moment you move in, there are ways to avoid having a home that feels cavernous and blank. Adding a few details such as curtains or hanging plants draw the eyes up. Painting an accent wall can also help. Or, if your home has beamed ceilings, let those speak for themselves.
Whatever your preference, here are several homes with soaring high ceilings we’re sure you’ll love.
Presented by Mae Joyce Rhoten
This private estate on the Rancho Santa Fe golf course not only offers amazing views, but it is situated at the end of a long-gated driveway next to lush landscaping and coastal breezes. It was meticulously renovated with custom white oak and limestone flooring, reclaimed wood cabinetry, professional grade appliances, and top-tier finishes such as high ceilings and sturdy beaming.
Presented by The Hillier Group
Looking for a home with a modern flair and amenities made for royalty? You’ve come to the right place. Along with breathtaking city and canyon views, it also offers custom contemporary features such as an open floor plan and expansive high ceilings for maximum living space.
Presented by Gina Schnell
This lovely Coronado Cays home is ideally situated in the coveted Green Turtle Cay neighborhood and is beaming with light, offering seamless indoor/outdoor living space. Entertain your guests with a backyard patio overlooking the bay, private dock, or walk to the beach a short distance away.
Presented by Joe Stitcher
Dramatic. Spacious. Unique. These are only a few of the words to describe this multi-level townhome. Offering tall windows, two patios, and soaring beamed ceilings, this is one stunning piece of property you have to see to believe.
Presented by Kevin Hill
This unique, elegant home has a Haiku Design which is reminiscent of 16th century Japanese country homes, using pole and beam architecture. Other important features include a 2-car garage, two carports, two view decks, oiled oak engineered flooring, plus beautiful wood and beam ceiling in all the upstairs areas. This home is very special and a must-see if you are looking for privacy and extra room to expand!
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