The Edwin Loeb Estate; Sumner Spaulding, FAIA, 1940. Straddling two lots on its own ridge with panoramic views of the city (all the way to the ocean on a clear day), the Silver Lake reservoir and the San Gabriel Mountains, this Moderne masterpiece has not been on the market since 1946. High ceilings, original fixtures and finishes, plus walls of glass lend elegant notes throughout. An interior courtyard with fireplace captures the outdoors with complete privacy. Partial 1940s-era remodel by Richard Neutra, FAIA (including built-in bookshelves and furniture). In fine original condition, down to the paint colors. The house itself is over 4,000 square feet per assessor and has six bedrooms, including a two-story bedroom wing with a balcony that enjoy commanding views. Adjoining vacant third view lot (APN 5431-032-003 at 6,400 square feet per the assessor) is also included and affords true compound potential. This architectural museum piece is for the connoisseur.