Mid-Century Modern designed by John L. Pugsley in the Montecito Drive Residential Historic District features dramatic steel cantilever platform architecture, peaceful canyon views and luxurious contemporary remodel done by a published interior designer. District of only 39 homes is recognized by Survey LA as “an excellent and unique example of hillside residential design that exhibits technological innovations in engineering as applied to the modern hillside architecture.” Open floorplan living at its best with hardwood and tile floors offering seamless flow between front and rear patios for easy indoor-outdoor entertaining highlighted by a wood-burning fireplace with raised marble hearth & oak mantle surround. Kitchen has expansive granite counters, breakfast bar and high-end, European appliances and fixtures. Dramatic floor-to-ceiling imported Italian tile and custom cabinetry accentuate both of the home’s spa-like baths. The master bath features a large frameless glass shower complete with 14 inch rainshower plus body and handheld sprays. A soaking tub with waterfall faucet, heated towel rack and individual makeup/shaving mirror are additional features usually reserved for luxurious hotels. Other highlights include recessed lighting, custom lighting fixtures, a large laundry/utility room, direct access garage, a gated zen-like front patio with dining area and water feature, covered rear patio offering dramatic valley views, a large fully-fenced gently sloping backyard with deck, fountain and storage shed. Mechanically, the home has been updated with a new roof and new tankless water heater and includes central HVAC. Nearby: Flat Top Open Space, Debs Park and Audubon Center.