One of the most sublime spaces in LA serves as the hub, heart and soul of this 1960 mid-century modern organic pavilion. Designed by Chris Choate, who designed many residences for notable Hollywood stars, including Clark Gable (and was partnered with Cliff May on the design of many large Southern California residential developments), this 4-bedroom home appeals to those sophisticated individuals who appreciate elevated design and functional art. Warm wood paneling and a direct connection to the verdant landscape allow one to immediately escape the clamor of the city and be transported to another place far away (while remaining just moments from the center of Beverly Hills). While the home was designed to bask in SoCals warm sunny days, this oasis is equally compelling in cloudy and rainy days. Presiding above the street, this singular retreat rests on a lushly planted and private oversized lot with gleaming pool.