A beautiful 1959 Post & Beam in the heart of Silverlake, built by architect Leonard Brunswick. A house that holds a sense of space and light, and the chic optimism of the period with bold lines and methodical design. .... Built by the architect for his own residence, one look at the original plans for steel beam support, micro-grading, and hand written notes in the margin show his mastery of structure and attention to detail. Analysis of the floor plan, layout, room size, and solar orientation offer the well thought out functional ease of day to day living. Room relationships make perfect sense. Form consistently crosses function. And of course, large glass pane windows on both floors and tall glass doors open out and frame the view. .........One of the best views in L.A. - a panoramic sweep that offers everything. Tree tops, city lights, layers of mountains, and the two most iconic landmarks of the west coast. The Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood sign.