Iconic Silver Lake Mid-Century Modern conceived in 1953 by renowned architect James H. Garrot in collaboration with Gregory Ain for the acclaimed artist Bernice "Burr" Singer. This beloved and frequently published home features floor to ceiling west facing walls of glass overlooking verdant Franklin Hills and Griffith Park deeming it worthy of its street name, Panorama Terrace. Custom built-in seating and millwork throughout has been maintained exactly to the house's original footprint and fully restored to perfection. The main level offers a dramatic floor plan consisting of an open living room with original wood burning fireplace, dining area adjacent to oversized balcony with massive views, a well-appointed Miele kitchen, wood paneled office with hidden murphy bed overlooking serene pool area, and step-down den with custom built-in shelving and extraordinary light. The pool is situated in a private courtyard flooded by natural light and surrounded by lush greenery. A large field of grass shaded by mature olive trees serves as the back garden leading to the separate entrance of a perfect home gym, studio or office. An intimate primary suite and second bedroom suite, consisting of two spacious rooms for flexible living, plus an additional oversized room perfect for home office or theatre make up the second level. Very rarely does such a pristine turnkey, stylish home of such architectural significance hit the open market seeking its next caretaker. This home will not be available for long. Motivated buyers seeking this gem should act accordingly.