Referred to for many years as the “Coe House”, this 2,000+ square foot residence – which was designed and built in 1950 by the late renown architect, Richard Neutra – offers two bedrooms and three baths. The home was custom constructed for Clarence Coe, who worked as a chemical engineer for Union Oil.

Ideally situated on just over an acre of gorgeous hillside, and overlooking the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, this property is truly special – and its large windows that span the entire length across the back provide you with a real life glimpse of a magnificent picture postcard.

Here you will find beautiful built-ins, a working living room fireplace, and wood-beamed ceilings. Nearly every room in the house provides you with a look at the glimmering blue waters of the Pacific, while the myriad of mature trees keep the home private from passersby. 

Located at #7 Cinchring Road (in the exclusive gated community of Rolling Hills), this one-of-a-kind property is listed for sale at $1.95 million (with homeowner’s association dues of $313 per month). Private showings can be arranged for interested buyers. Once you’ve been here, you won’t want to leave!