Architect Wallace Neff (1895 - 1982) was largely responsible for developing breath-taking homes in the distinctive "California" style, drawing heavily from Mediterranean and Spanish architectural elements. This 1927 Wallace Neff beauty evokes the romanticism and passion of early California architecture and offers a unique opportunity to own an architecturally significant work of art. Embraced by lush landscaping on the two-thirds acre lot, the main house features four bedrooms and five bathrooms in a generous 3,128 square feet. In true Spanish style living, the patio is accessed from the living and dining rooms; ideal for indoor/outdoor entertaining. Upstairs there are three large, bedrooms, each with a private bath. Downstairs features a fourth bedroom with private bath, making it ideal for an office or separate guest quarters. Meander through the lush landscaping of the rear yard – your own private sanctuary - and enjoy the private swimming pool. Not to be overshadowed by the charm and grace of the main house, the guest house is an award winning 1959 mid-century modern. Ideal for outdoor parties or long-term guests, it features one bedroom, two bathrooms, kitchen, large living room with a fireplace, plus a private back yard. The unique home has been in the same family for almost 60 years and is ready for a new family to enjoy its warm and special ambience.
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