The Farralone House, a masterpiece by William Pereira, FAIA. A half-mile proprietary road sweeps you up to the private restored masterpiece of glass-walled pavilions seamlessly embracing the almost 4 flat acres of pine-studded grounds and the panorama of the 1,325-acre meadowlands of Lake Chatsworth nature preserve. Beyond, the Santa Monica, Santa Susanna, Verdugo, and San Gabriel Mountains frame the 360-degree view of the communities of West Hills, Hidden Hills, and Calabasas and all the way to Universal Studios. A broad ambulatory leads guests to the center pavilion revealing the major proportions of the residence with its 16-foot ceilings, luminous white walls and floors. This entry gallery leads them directly through giant sliding doors to the 50-foot pool, lounge terrace, and the pergola. Flanking the entry pavilion are the grand parlor or living room with zebra cork floors and a separate master suite and wing. The dining room, kitchen and three ensuite bedrooms with sitting room comprise the westerly structure. The arcaded pergola, a modern cloister, directs one to the pool house/cabana/gym. Either of two walkways meander to the sequestered one-bedroom guest house with its own pool.The complex totals five bedrooms, six and a half baths, and two kitchens with approximately 15 acres of grounds and a huge motor court. Ripe for equestrian retreat, vineyard, or tract map potential on part of property.The residence, guest house and pool are replete with Hollywood lore, from Francis Lederer, Judy Garland, Lucille Ball,Sinatra, Monroe, and a lore that continues with the site’s vaunted film/video locations. (See links to examples below.) More than his masterpiece, this property may be Pereira’s culmination of residential design. It is truly a “One Of A Kind” home.