“A sterling example of mid-century architecture” sited on a view-filled promontory in the Los Feliz Oaks. Imagine seeing the city as the original architect Phil Brown viewed it in 1963, from a single-level “glass box” that appears to float amid the pines while uniquely positioned to enjoy supreme privacy. The subtle approach belies a dramatic interior featuring an open, light-filled floor plan with oversized rooms and high ceilings. A great room creates ample entertaining space and is framed by grand views of the city beyond. A well proportioned chef's kitchen and breakfast room are discretely placed but easily accessed. The serene master suite is generous in size and enjoys views filtered through a lush green garden, providing a restful retreat. The home also features an additional bedroom, guest bath with a third bedroom currently being used as an office with some of the best views in the Oaks. This is your chance to own a rare combination of location, privacy and architecture.