Featured in the May 1950 edition of Arts & Architecture, this iconic Mid-Century Modern Home is the epitome of indoor/outdoor living. Known as the ‘Robert Smith Residence’, original architects Eugene Weston and Douglas Byles took a playful interest with light, creating numerous moments throughout the home. Masterfully sited around the saline pool, this home lends itself to the entertainer’s dream giving access to nearly every room from the pool deck and a newly built outdoor kitchen. The spacious master suite features a dramatic 10ft ceiling, while offering the serenity of overlooking the xeriscaped side yard and koi pond. With the additional two bedrooms and bathrooms located on the East wing of home this floor plan offers privacy and functionality. An additional den/office overlooks the back garden featuring raised concrete planters and an orchard of fruit trees. For the eco-conscious; additional features include the desert landscaped front gated entrance, three-zoned hvac, a level two Lutron EV charger, all power assisted by an ample solar panel system.