After an extensive interior remodel by architect, Bennett Christopherson, this very special Kensington home was reborn timeless and modern. It sits at the end of a close-knit cul-de-sac, where neighbors meet, greet and visit - though the front garden offers multiple places to gather and sit, the hardscape and plantings allow for subtle screening and privacy while inviting people to come and sit a spell. With its simplicity of line, spacious, open living spaces and artful use of materials and color, it beckoned a new modernist reflection for its front entry. Broad sweeps of colored stucco walls, complementing the house and trim colors, line a curving path past a water feature and sunken patio leading to the front door. A direct site line from the living room takes the eye to the water, calming by day and flickering, fire-like at night. The back garden is a very different space, with deck designed by Tim and Lisa, built by The Original Crafters who performed the exquisite interior remodel.