For years I've driven up Skyline Dr and noticed this glass box at the end of the turn. From different times of the day or the changes of season, this glass box sited perfectly among the clusters of pines and scrub oaks. A perfectly designed home by the famed Architect Eduard Dreier. From the front, this mid-century modern home has the classic floor to ceiling windows and the cantilevered roofline that makes it so timeless. Inside you are surrounded by walls of windows perched above the street. Your secret viewing space, watching the changes of the season from your front room. The interior has a two-sided fireplace, connecting the dining room and front room; the walnut panels tie the two rooms beautifully together with the updated kitchen. The backyard is a magical space, embodying the new modern and the tranquility of a classic garden design by Architect Diamond Phillip. The original wall built with electric polls has an organic, brutal design with a new concrete paver and boxes that give this backyard a natural open feel with a sense of a little control of nature. From the previous owner, you'll find chunks of black obsidian placed perfectly among the new plants.
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