This uniquely, re-envisioned mid-century home is nestled near the top of the Baldwin Hills Estates. Both the interior and exterior have been lovingly designed to honor California's cultural aesthetic and environment, while remaining an intimate and welcoming place to call home. The kitchen unites a Paperstone countertop with a custom built Alder butcher block, custom cabinetry, and poured concrete floor with all new appliances that include an induction stovetop and range hood with an in-attic blower. The master bathroom, with its shower and Japanese stone soaking tub, boasts a stunning tiled wall with a color-palette aesthetic that recalls the style and energy of mid-century Los Angeles. Throughout the house, floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the spaces with natural light, while offering lovely views of the gentle hills that enhance this neighborhood with visual interest and character. Gentle breezes from the ocean fill the house with freshness and integrate this lovely home with its extraordinarily-designed California garden. The front yard and back yards contain an array of nearly 200 drought-tolerant, California native plants and cacti, newly planted on a drip irrigation system to help quickly get them to maturity. Several varieties of sages, pink fairy dusters, buckwheat, purple Pestemon and a stunning Palo Verde Tree will fill the yard with a kaleidoscope of purple, pink and yellow that will attract butterflies and hummingbirds throughout the long blooming season. Decomposed granite, a gas fire pit and string lighting guarantee that this lush and very private backyard will be a favorite spot for entertaining through relaxing summer days and mild, starry nights. This lovely home is enhanced not only by the sea breezes and rolling topography of the Baldwin Hills area, but short distance from the Stocker Corridor Trail that leads to the legendary Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Center, a 400-acre public park and wildlife refuge with four playgrounds, a lake stocked with trout, a Japanese garden with a waterfall and miles of hiking trails leading from the Park to Playa del Rey.