Sited on a bluff above and running along the Pacific, the Hees House entitles its owner to seaside living in a quintessential mid-century context. The gated garden entry creates its own sense of mystery which transforms into the surprise of ocean and island views enveloping the interior. The expansive glass walls parallel the ocean and slide across the terrazzo floors opening the public rooms to the broad terrace, grass and gardens.
Hees House was built in 1949 by architect Richard Neutra, best known for his modernist work in Southern California. The architect’s signature hearth separates the great room from the dining room.
Newer kitchen pivots around the dining island. Master suite has its own terrace and bath. There’s a guest bedroom and bath. Also, a guest house with kitchenette, living room, bedroom, and two baths. Special home, special site, special and convenient location.