The Schustack Residence by Howard Lane, FAIA. A student of Mies van der Rohe, Lane left his mark on several of Los Angeles' architecturally significant commercial buildings, with the Schustack Residence being the most emblematic of his residential work. This modernist post and beam has been tastefully updated, while still retaining its mid-century character. Private and gated, the single-level floor plan allows for seamless indoor/outdoor living onto the rare 19,000+ sq ft mostly flat lot. The oversized den makes for the perfect family room, work space, or additional bedroom. A kidney shaped pool completes the idyllic outdoor space. Updates include new kitchen, oak flooring, exterior stucco, landscaping, electrical panel, and tankless wh. Situated at the base of the Hollywood Hills on a dead-end street with recent home sales north of $30m, this property is a unique combination of architectural prestige, generous outdoor space, and location that make for a rare find and remarkable value.