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Home of the Week: Spanish style in Rancho Santa Fe

Lillian Rice’s house designs took the sunny Southern California climate into account. This Spanish Colonial, built in 1928, is listed for $5.495 million. (Roberto Zeballos)
LILIAN RICE designed an estimated 30 houses in her career and about two-thirds of them are still standing in the upscale San Diego County community of Rancho Santa Fe. (Roberto Zeballos)
This house was built in what is known as the Covenant or the original Rancho Santa Fe. The 6,200-acre community, renowned for its elegant rural living, has a private golf course and is 20 miles north of downtown San Diego and a few miles from the Pacific Ocean. (Roberto Zeballos)
This Spanish Colonial, built in 1928, exemplifies Lilian Rice’s indoor-outdoor approach to design. (Roberto Zeballos)