Canyon View, City View, City Lights View, Coastline View, Hills View, Mountain View, Ocean View
Presenting The Salzman House: Craig Ellwood's iconic Case Study House #16. Built between 1951-1953, this one-story, flat-roofed residence was constructed on a flat pad in the hills of Bel-Air with magnificent views to the south and west. The floor plan takes into account the views and sun orientation, with the main living areas taking full advantage of both. From the street the house presents itself as a glowing, floating glass pavilion, surrounded by mature trees and landscaping. Translucent glass panels screen the house from the street, while floor-to-ceiling glass walls in the living room blend seamlessly with floors, ceilings and a large natural rock fireplace that extends through the glass to the covered patio. A rare opportunity to own a significant piece of architecture, in one of the most coveted neighborhoods in the world.
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Last updated on February 17th, 2020 at 9:10am CST