Bright, roomy, and loaded with amenities galore, this 4,000+ square foot mid-century home was originally constructed for ship builder John Rados in the late 1950s and designed by famed architect Richard Neutra.
The designer’s intent was to maximize the breathtaking views from the home’s hilltop perch – and he succeeded on all accounts – starting with the upper level deck which wraps around the entire living room area.
From here you can see nearly the entire Los Angeles basin, along with vistas of the San Jacinto and the San Gabriel Mountains. But you don’t have to step outside to enjoy the sights below, as the numerous floor to ceiling windows also provide access.
With three bedrooms and four baths, there is plenty of room to enjoy the home’s interior, which also includes built-in furniture, mahogany ceiling beams, terrazzo floors, and a circular fireplace.
There are several indoor / outdoor access points from sliding glass doors. Outdoors the home’s nearly one acre of ground offers a swimming pool (complete with diving board and a vintage waterslide).
Located at 2209 Daladier Drive in Rancho Palos Verdes, this spacious one-of-a-kind property is being offered for sale at $4.1 million. Private tours can be arranged for interested purchasers.
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