This single level Mid-Century Modern residence with walls of glass takes full advantage of stunning views across Annandale Golf Course to the skyline of downtown Los Angeles. Designed in 1950 by forward-looking architect Leland Evison, this contemporary was renovated and enlarged in 1994 by architect Charles Belak-Berger using custom materials which enhance the original conception. A curved marble floor entry introduces the style elements that flow from den, to living room, to dining room and the family room with adjacent guest bath beyond. The gourmet kitchen is central to these public rooms. The bedroom wing offers two spacious, bright bedrooms that share a bath and a handsome master suite with walk-in closet and marble master bath. All rooms have floor to ceiling glass looking out on nature. Features include hardwood floors, three fireplaces with granite hearths, artistic use of Brazilian Blue Granite, Blue Pearl granite and Blue Pacific Marble, floor to ceiling oak book shelves, and numerous built ins. An attractive guest apartment, Brazilian teak and travertine flooring, with bath and dressing area, kitchen and redwood deck is located above the garage. Skillfully sited on the land, the property is incredibly private with the main residence and the garage/guest apartment defining an inner courtyard of gardens, pool and spa.