Found via Curbed LA, a 1962 five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home designed by Mid-Century architect Hal Levitt has hit the market for $14.995 Million. Levitt designed the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts & Sciences in Los Angeles, as well as creating homes for Hollywood royalty like Steven Spielberg, Lew Wasserman, Dean Martin, and Lionel Richie, to name a few. Located on the prestigious Calle Vista Drive in Beverly Hills, this beautiful modern gem showcases unobstructed views of the city, glass walls, high-ceilings, and lush gardens. The quiet residence, formerly owned by Vidal Sassoon, has been featured in numerous design publications and is considered to be an important architectural feat. Sitting at the end of a long driveway and hidden behind a gate, future inhabitants of this home can enjoy the city lights and scenery from the privacy of the pool or patio. See the full listing here.