Sited on two sections of land south of San Francisco, the Peninsula House blends conventional materials with the current structure. The rambling 12,00-square-foot domain, planned by Richard Beard, is shaped by a progression of stacked stone structures. The associated volumes make an assortment of outside yards including a sweeping poolside patio. A glass and steel passage invites visitors into a roomy inside where the stone veneer meets a choice of limestone, wood, and mortar. The great palette is supplemented by an assortment of contemporary decorations and installations chose by Kelly Hohla. While the primary living spaces involve the ground floor, private rooms fill the staying level. Around the outside, the property additionally incorporates a putting green, water highlights, and cedar-clad pool house that fills in as space for visitors.