Remarkable 1950 post-and-beam architectural design at the end of a tree-lined cul-de-sac. Rustic character and mid-century details abound in this well-preserved original gem built by William Alexander, who was involved in the construction of the Hollyhock House. Frank Lloyd Wright's influence is evident from the stained glass, geometric shapes, clerestory windows, cement flooring to the custom built-in carpentry. The 2 bed/1bath main house opens to a tranquil courtyard in the middle. This peaceful, bucolic setting with its towering canopy of Redwood and Sequoia trees is an ideal sanctuary for an artist/writer's retreat. The bonus guest house/ADU includes a Murphy Bed as well as a bathroom and laundry area. Truly a unique home offering a private and quiet setting coupled with immediate access to the Studio City farmer's market, shops and restaurants on Ventura Blvd, Freeman Canyon hike, Laurel Canyon and all that West Hollywood has to offer. Located within the boundaries of the Carpenter Charter School District.