Patton-Wilde architects and Arthur Elrod 1970. A study in circles; renovated yet true to its architectural integrity. Wood ceiling beams radiate outward from a central dining room through open and voluminous living spaces past the perimeter of the 90-foot diameter residence. A visceral pulse is felt in this home which features a glass-walled circumference offering 360-degree unobstructed views of 1.17 acres of park-like grounds, expansive valley and mountains. A circular Pool Pavilion hovers mid-swimming pool accessed by a floating walkway. Stately and iconic pale terrazzo floors weave throughout the rooms. Recessed lighting, a sleek fireplace, a poolside kitchen and generous dose of stark white and neutrals lend a cool modernist feel to this unique, abstract carousel whose transparent boundaries seamlessly merge indoor with outdoor.