The Kincade Fire was a wildfire that burned in Sonoma County, California. The fire started northeast of Geyserville in The Geysers at 9:24 p.m. on October 23, 2019, and subsequently burned 77,758 acres until the fire was fully contained on November 6, 2019.

Many homes were destroyed, and sadly, one of those homes was a DEI project under construction. It succumbed to the quick-moving blaze. Holdowns melted, tires burned from their wheels, and the wood framing was charred rubble. 

The family was still in love with the 12-acre property and decided to rebuild it with a brand-new home with the exact floor plan they wanted instead of just doing a remodel.

The new gorgeous 5,500 SF single-story home featured a vaulted Great Room with exposed beams and large sliding doors for indoor-outdoor living. Included in the rebuild was a 3-car detached garage.

This gorgeous house ended up being part of Luxe Source Interiors+Desgin Magazine, see article here.

Congratulations to Kilburn Architects and the homeowners on a beautiful project!

Architect: Kilburn Architects, Kirkland
Structural Engineer: Dibble Engineers, Inc.
General Contractor: Karma Dog Construction, Inc.