Source: WSJ —
This week, The Wall Street Journal’s Mansion section is rolling out stories from our special waterfront issue. Be sure to check out this one on homeowners trading beaches for lagoons, why you should consider getting a special inspection for your waterfront home and more.
Jordana Woodland, an entrepreneur and designer, spent more than a decade jetting between Los Angeles, where she owned a sprawling boutique on La Cienega Boulevard, and her Montana vacation home near Whitefish Lake, a glacial lake wedged between two mountain ranges. The two places were a study in contrasts: West Hollywood glitz versus Western rustic, with “deers popping out of walls and wood-everything,” Ms. Woodland recalled.