Historically significant home built in 1967 by the architect O’Neil Ford. Ford fused Modernism with the architectural idioms of New Spain and Colonial Mexico: interior courtyards, overhanging roofs, brick vaults (bóvedas) and arches and carved-wood doors. Antique, one-of-a-kind, brick, tile, stone, and masonry elements sourced in and near Guanajuato and Morelia, Mexico. The floor plan offers a double-height atrium and open, second-story gallery beneath an enormous skylight; authentic Saltillo tile and mesquite floors; Douglas fir cabinetry, beams, and ceilings; expansive formals and inviting study with adjoining patios/gardens; impressive family room with double-height windows and massive smokestack fireplace; open gathering kitchen; spacious first-floor primary suite with 2 baths and dressing room. 5 secondary bedrooms and 4 baths up. Pool house with living/dining/bar, deck, 2 full baths. 2 pools, tiered patios. Extensive bayou frontage.