Paying homage to California’s Spanish Colonial past, the courtyard entry, low-pitched red-tile roofs, extended eaves and covered outdoor patios of the Spanish hacienda all lend to a corporeal experience whereby Gaspar de Portolá’s vision of Alta California can be found. As the antecedent to Cliff May’s popular California ranch-style homes which would change the vernacular landscape of postwar Southern California for decades, the Spanish-revival haciendas designed and built during the interwar years embodied the relaxed lifestyles of the region. Keeping true to the romanticism of the period, this home has incorporated modern amenities into the design without compromising its integrity. Tall walls line the perimeter of the corner lot in the El Mirador neighborhood, providing privacy. Library/sunroom, pool, hot tub, mountain views, outdoor shower, garage and 3-car motor court.