Sleek one level mid century architectural designed by Raymond Stockdale for himself (circa 1949) and photographed by Julius Shulman in 1950 (see Getty archives). Subtle geometry and nautical efficiency influence the unique design throughout via shiplap and asymmetrical details at the fireplace, shelving, pitched ceiling, vertical siding, deck railing, etc. The open floor plan with hardwood floors, pitched ceiling and walls of glass to tranquil views of the Hollywood Hills conveys a sense of spaciousness that belies the official square footage. The open kitchen features original Douglas Fir cabinetry while both bathrooms have been redone in crisp, white tile. An un-permitted bonus space appears to be of the same vintage, with classic mid century wood paneling, built-in seating and bookshelves.