This mid-century modern O'Neil Ford home on a lush, one-acre lot is truly one-of-a-kind. With a 5,200-square-foot main house, large back house and detached artist studio/workshop, this property is a secluded compound on a private, dead-end street adjacent to Olmos Park. The sprawling, two-story main house features ornate hardwood floors, hand-hewn Lynn Ford cabinetry, and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the downstairs living area. The upstairs boasts three large bedrooms, including a spacious master bath with two walk-in closets, dual sinks and dressing areas, tub and large steam shower, plus large utility and laundry rooms. Other unique features of the home include a walk-in vault with custom cabinetry for storing guns, china, silver, etc., a hidden elevator between floors and a cascading fountain adjacent to the entryway. Attached to the home is a 730-square-foot garage with custom shelving and storage and ample parking for two large vehicles. The 750-square-foot back house has a living room, bedroom, full bath, and kitchenette. At the end of the property's private road, the nearly 300-square-foot prefabricated structure with heat and A/C can be used as a studio or home office.