The Gogol House - 1939 by Raphael Soriano, a colleague of both Neutra and Schindler. The Gogol House is a fine example of International, Bauhaus Style of architecture and one of only 12 buildings that remain from this master. The home has undergone a meticulous restoration and modernization by its designer owner. A stunning Ernestomeda kitchen features Gaggenau, Miele and Bertazzoni appliances and a custom stainless-steel cooking station with integrated sink and cooktop. A stunning media room with three walls of glass and massive views. The expansive living room is lined with walls of glass that lead to a sprawling terrace framed by mature eucalyptus trees and gorgeous Southerly sunset and city views. Highly designed elements of the home include a primary bath with integrated mirrors and Italian marble slab walls and heated marble floors. While the lower level is seamlessly integrated, it allows for a truly separate space with an office/entertainment room, and custom oak paneled library with hidden kitchenet all leading to a generous bedroom and bath. The lower level overlooks a terrace and extensively landscaped and private garden. The restoration is as if Soriano himself had been commissioned to do the work for todays lifestyle.