Designed by Beverly Hills architect John P. Pedersen in 1958, this midcentury gem at 16666 Oldham Street retreats from the city and its neighboring homes, surrounded instead by lush landscaping, trees, and sweeping canyon views. Extensively renovated for modern living, this four-bedroom, four-bath home maintains a seamless indoor-outdoor flow throughout a single-story plan that sits on a generous half-acre lot. The home reveals itself only after you step through the front door. Only then do you see the sweep of the kitchen-dining-living area spanning the rear width of the house, where three sets of French doors open to a covered veranda looking out to the hills. Cooking is a dream with Viking appliances, a Sub-Zero fridge and serving space across an enormous Arctic White marble island, plus a separate coffee bar. A dark paneled media room is primed for movie nights. Two primary suites provide sumptuous walk-in closets and luxury steam showers. Other details include wide-plank oak flooring and seamless Ecclise doors that disappear into the walls. Outdoor attractions feature a sauna and gym off the primary suite; an intimate terrace and fire pit off the entry courtyard, and a hillside gazebo and bar for sunset cocktails. Located in the sought-after Lanai Road Elementary School district, this breezy contemporary home is ready for occupants of every age, a secluded promontory with easy access to the surrounding city. Sold Before Processing, Entered For Comps Purposes Only.