Nestled along the southwestern border of Stanfords Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, this secluded, 2.86 acre Westridge enclave evokes a serene, hacienda compound that provides an intimate, alluring refuge. Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac amidst rolling oak woodlands and meadows, the main residence and two complementary guest houses form an integrated hillside hamlet whose gently-sloping seasonal creeks feed Searsville Lake. The compounds buildings, courtyard and drought-tolerant landscaping are all designed to complement and enhance the open space splendor of Jasper Ridge's undisturbed wildlands. The main residence (6,580 sf of living space) overlooks an exquisitely landscaped adobe-walled courtyard encompassing a 795 sf guest house, a 425 sf pool house, a 45 'swimming pool, stone terraces, terracotta patios, and extensive stone pathways. Careful integration of architectural elements minimizes the area of developed land and maximizes the open, untouched spaces for animal habitat.