Timeless Modernist architecture can truly stand the test of time. Originally commissioned for a major philanthropic family to architect Narenda Patel it speaks volumes that the second steward and current owner is also an architect. The appreciation of superior quality construction when this structure was completed in 2001 by Stoker Builders is evident throughout. Only the best materials were used and the current owner has also made significant enhancements to include an owned 100 panel solar system and EV charging station, Control 4 home automation for AV/security and 5 new HVAC systems. Interior features have been updated and includes the use of Portuguese white limestone, white oak wide plank flooring, Berber carpeting and a completely remodeled kitchen with custom cabinetry and fixtures featuring Thermador appliances. The primary suite is a world unto its own with seating area, two remodeled bathrooms and two walk in closets and is a true sanctuary. The entire home was painted inside and out and the landscaping, exterior lighting and entry walkway all reimagined to reflect the Modernist design. With varying ceiling heights of 9 -18 ft. the property has 9 foot door heights and electronic shade system for easy concealment. It makes perfect sense and you will see why this home has only traded twice and both times from a visionary architect to an architect with vision.