This one-story home originally built in 1916 has been redesigned into a two-story “Cape” home with a light and airy upstairs. Featuring four bedrooms, including a guestroom (with a separate entrance) for friends and relatives, the house also contains a sleeping loft for kids. 905 J was featured in the July 2006 issue of Décor & Style Magazine. New Porches and two secluded patios provide ample space for relaxing or entertaining.
Newly constructed 6br/5.5ba luxury home located on Sunset Park at Coronado Beach. Corner lot with stunning ocean views from three levels, wonderful wrap-around porches for entertaining, marble master bath with walk-in closet, beautiful Brazilian cherry wood floors, gourmet kitchen, Italian staircase, loft with glass floor, side-yard brick patio with tropical landscaping and fenced back-yard. Enjoy the ocean breezes throughout this home by-the-sea!
Inspired by Coastal Living’s Home of the Year in 2001, Seaside is a 5-bedroom house, constructed in 2003, with both golf course and ocean views. The kitchen and family room, located on the east side first floor enjoy morning sun, yet throughout the day, those rooms share a unobstructed view of Sunset Park. The Master Suite has a porch overlooking North Island’s Sea and Air golf course. The house was considered as one of the “finalists” homes for the movie Something’s Got to Give.
SeaStar was purposely designed and built by the owners of Flagship Properties for their own home. The original single-story ranch house located on the site enjoyed some zoning advantages that the OBrien’s were able to capitalize upon. The original single-story house was therefore lifted in the air, and a new first story was constructed underneath. The finished house consists of 6-bedrooms and 5-baths. It features a reverse floor plan (kitchen/family/dining upstairs) with spectacular Pacific Ocean Views. It is the 3rd of 7 houses that Flagg and Flagship have designed and built on Sunset Park.
Flagg Coastal Homes completed a major remodel and addition to this historic home which was built in 1896 and moved to its current site in 1912. This 3,000 square foot home now contains 4-bedrooms and 4-baths and features a 60-in. Le Cornue dual fuel range The construction plan for this house consisted of preserving the front three rooms and adding approximately 2,000 square feet of new construction Flagg acquired the home in 2008 and sold it in 2011. The kitchen was featured in RENOVATION STYLE Magazine “Ultimate Kitchen 2010” and in DECOR, Spring 2016
The Loma Lane Cottage was designed by renowned architect, Irving Gill and built in 1896. Flagg restored the house in 2006 for Milt and Cindi McColl of Los Altos Hills. Milt is Carrie OBrien’s brother and he played 7 years for the San Francisco 49ers before obtaining his medical degree at Stanford. The Loma Cottage is redwood board and batten construction with douglas fir flooring. It is historically designated by the City of Coronado.
The New Zealand America’s Cup skipper, Sir Russell Coutts, purchased an older nondescript house located across from the Coronado Golf Course after he won The Cup for New Zealand in 1992. After holding it for 17 years as a rental, he contacted John OBrien to design and build a new home on the site in 2009. The new house features a reverse floor plan, thus taking advantage of the expansive views of the golf course and Coronado Bridge. Since the home will be used as a vacation home for the Coutts family, Flagg utilized a number of minimal maintenance exterior cladding and siding materials to withstand the sun and salt-laden air.
The British family of Arthur and Blanche Simpson built the Historic Hawaiian House in 1901, using architect William Sterling Hebbard. The beaches of the bay and the Spanish Bight originally surrounded this house along with two smaller plantation style buildings. Hawaiian Plantation architecture evolved from housing needed for the laborers of Hawaii’s thriving sugar industry that started in 1893. The architectural profile features a hip roof with vertical board and batten redwood siding, and two large lanais. Giant Australian tree ferns frame the front lanai, with two Torii gates and bamboo fencing surrounding the side and back yards. The interior first floor is also redwood and the second floor walls are plank sided with a repeating “pickwick” profile. Flagship restored the house and added the second floor in 2008 and sold the completed home in 2010.
By-The-Sea is a 4,000 square foot oceanfront home built by Flagship in 2005 and 2006. This composite-shingled home includes 6-bedrooms, 6-baths and a two car garage on a 7,000+ square foot lot, Special features of the house include a wrap-around ocean view porch and a glass-floored observation porch. The house also has a separate-entrance guest unit with an ocean view.