Collection by Andrea Smith

Homes with Valley Views


Some may claim that ocean views cannot be beat, but these valley homes with panoramic views pose serious competition.

One of the most astounding views from the house extends all the way to Mt. McKinley, the highest point in North America...
Ever aware of context, architect Henry Siegel says of his house, “A lot of architects’ buildings look better on a...
Supported by steel strips, the balcony extends outwards to meet the valley below.
Architect Tadashi Murai designed this remote retreat for a Tokyo transplant who abandoned his corporate existence.
The Weber residence sits comfortably in the rich, green Wisconsin valley.
Moonshine is beautifully set in an isolated spot in the English countryside outside of Bath.
In a narrow residual area between the breezeway and the house's northern elevation, Cohen created a so-called "skinny...
Floor-to-ceiling windows enclose the living and dining space, flooding the room with sunlight.
A 1,600-square-foot in-law unit in Sonoma, California, has two bedrooms and two baths for its 87-year-old resident,...
A Le Corbusier chaise longue invites guests to relax in front of the stunning panoramic view.
Outdoor meals are a frequent occurrence in good weather.
Updating the A-frame of yore, this home’s liberal use of windows makes the most of panoramic views spanning two valleys.

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