$8,495,000 | Built 1972 | 6,811 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 6 Baths | 1.34 Acres
17862 Via Vallarta, Encino, California, United States, 91316
Perched upon a vast Encino hilltop overlooking the San Fernando Valley, The Lewis Estate, built by renowned mid-century architect Donald G. Park, AIA, represents an architecturally significant modernist abode like none other. The property is on the market for $8.49 million in Encino, California. Situated on over an acre, this rare mid-century compound consists of three vast dodecagon structures bridged with a glass pavilion and encompasses over 6,800 square feet of interior space. This thoughtfully laid out, the 6 bed & 6 bath footprint makes it an ideal setting for a variety of lifestyles to gather, create, and entertain. Enter into an oasis from the past, with exquisite architectural lines, an open floor plan filled with natural light, and soaring wood panelled ceilings throughout, reminiscent of the classic post-and-beam era. Entertain outdoors in an expansive backyard equipped with pool and spa, 200 degree views, lush landscaping, and a gas fire-pit. Retire to your secluded primary suite with views overlooking the California sunsets. The Lewis Estate is truly an authentic mid-century retreat on the market for $8.49 million with Mick Partridge of Hilton & Hyland. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.