A Spanish Hacienda designed by architect Cliff May – the founding father of the Californian Ranch House – has hit the market.
The 5,200 sq ft home in Brentwood riffs off the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture that dot the West Coast. Built in 1939, it preceded the post-war California Ranch Houses that May became best known for.
High ceilings, exposed wooden beams and authentic tiling are just some of the original features inside the four-bedroom property. Making the most of the Californian sun, the home at 39 Oakmont Drive also has a swimming pool and a mini tennis court.
The property is available for $14.75 million via The Agency.