This stunning residence was designed by Ellis G. Revness, AIA, in 1965.
Wrapped in clear redwood and standing tall like the woods around it, the home embraces its natural surroundings and visually invites the outdoors inside.
The design hides the entry from the country road, lending both mystery and curiosity to the facade.
Inside, floating stairs lead half a story to the combined volume of living and dining area.
The entire space is anchored by the brick hearth and chimney which, with the interlocking beams of the ceiling, accentuate the peaceful, nave-like quality of the room.
The great room flows easily to the arbored terrace and is overlooked by the open, galley kitchen.
The master suites occupy separate levels with en-suite baths and enclosed sunrooms utilized as studies or sitting areas.
The lower bedroom has a library alcove and shares the floor with oversized bonus/ laundry room.
The home has undergone a pristine restoration and includes cork floors, two car carport, and a workshop area.
Set in a bucolic location yet minutes from Westwood, UCLA, and the Valley.
Listing courtesy of Rick Grahn and Mike Deasy, deasy/penner.