We do love checking out real estate listings, and when we came across this gorgeous California mansion thanks to our friends at Casasugar, we had to share it with you.
This classic mid-century ranch home offers floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows, an open floor plan, a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances and an amazing backyard complete with a water fountain, wood deck and a pool we'd love to dip our feet in.
Stephenson, who was Frank Lloyd Wright's lead architect, completed this home in 1956. He was most famous for designing Ronald Reagan's Pacific Palisades abode. And though he died in 2007, his breathtaking work lives on in architecture such as this.
Click through our slideshow to see photos of this sunny home. For more information, head over to The Agency.
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