Residence at Serrano Trail

Stationed amidst the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, the Residence at Serrano Trail is an under-construction 7,000-SF single story home sited on a plot in the San Manuel Reservation. Established in 1891, the 800-acre reservation is home to the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a tribe of the Serrano people; our client, a younger member of the tribe, was awarded the land after a lengthy wait-list process.

Spread out over a relatively small 26,000 SF building site, the home is split into two bent wings connected by a small entry foyer in the structure’s middle. Underneath the main level is a comprehensive concrete basement, designed to contain a game room, sauna, bathroom, various mechanical spaces, and a semi-open courtyard.

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The ground floor programming is split by the two wings: the division closet to the road contains a 4-car garage and workshop that leads to three living areas, while the inner wing will hold a kitchen, living and dining spaces, as well as the master suite, all of which overlook a back patio covered by an overhanging trellis and complete with pool and Jacuzzi.

The exterior will mainly be clad in a series dark bronze aluminum panels, a scheme similar to the one used in Double Stick and the in-progress Nightingale III and Siena Way Residence.

Currently under construction, the expected completion date for the Residence at Serrano Trail is early fall 2019.