In 1955, a Los Angeles Herald-Examiner article called it “House in the Sky” but a generation later the unsparing verdure of bamboo claimed it a “House in the Forest.”
The 4-bedroom, 3-bath residence is set down a gated driveway creating a quiet and private setting.
Living areas on both levels provide extra-wide sliding doors to gardens, terraces, and courtyards.
Movable panels open the kitchen to the main living/dining room.
Three bedrooms, 3 baths, and 2 fireplaces complete the main house.
Overlooking the giant Koi pond, the newer guest house features a sleeping porch, bath, and extra large closet.
The giant bamboo shelters the sunny pool area with sculptural benches, lounge areas, and modern ramada.
Listing courtesy of Mike Deasy & Sara Clephane, Deasy/Penner & Partners.