Architect Thornton M. Abell's 1957 Mid Century open air concept is quintessential Post and Beam architecture. Located in the tranquility of RivasCanyon on an approximate acre and set behind gates for enhanced privacy, the owner contracted designer Stacy Jacobson and Bret Thoeny of BOTO DesignArchitects to expand the home with a seamless addition that pays tribute to the integrity of Abell's original design. Folding walls of floor to ceiling create optimal Southern Californian, indoor/outdoor living. The gourmet kitchen is a chef's delight, outfitted by German design group, Bulthaup. Each of the four en-suite bedrooms are comfortable and tastefully appointed. The primary bedroom suite is an oasis unto itself with a gracious sitting area, a sumptuous bath and a spacious closet, befit with exquisite detail woodwork. The residence offers a full gym, private screening room and an additional office that also serves as an intimate and cozy sitting area to relax and unwind. Finally, see how the expert design frames the swimmers lap pool and spa into the landscape in a most luxurious way, creating the final punctuation on this truly glorious living experience that awaits you.