The residence's architect, Hugh Newell Jacobsen, has a reputation for ''spaces that that feel at once familiar and inventive.'' The architecture of this exquisite home is distinguished by the sparse detail of geometric, pavilion-like forms and simple roof lines that enhance the vibrant and comfortable spaces within. Sited on three wooded acres with end-of-the-road privacy, every room of the home captures southern exposures of the Mount Wilson massif serving as a breathtaking focal point for the entire residence. The flow of the floor plan is both inviting and intriguing, as movement to each space creates new and exciting identities. Expansive patios and decking flow seamlessly to the exterior inviting its owner and guests to outdoor living spaces. A perfect mix of both art and architecture for generations of family.