Ocean view cul-de-sac home designed by renowned architect Rick Arlen who put his stamp on Laguna Beach in the 70’s. Exemplifying his unique designs, this home features wood and glass exterior walls and extensive use of wood in an open concept floorplan with a distinct mid-century modern aesthetic. Entering the front gate one is greeted by a large private courtyard that is ideal for relaxing or entertaining in privacy. Inside the home features 2 master suites both enjoying large ocean views. A spacious living room with floor to ceiling glass allows for viewing the hillsides, city lights, and of course the expansive ocean views. These views are also enjoyed from the formal dining room & kitchen. The main living areas are open concept in design while still allowing a cozy separation of space. Originally built in 1972 the home has most of its original construction elements. So while there is opportunity for upgrading, the home is ready to live in today. The current owner, having worked with the architect on the original design, has remained sensitive to maintaining this lovely home’s original character. Paying great attention to the wood details of the home, the original wood floors and cabinetry have been beautifully refinished. Not included in the home square footage is the below grade improvements the owner added such as a redwood constructed wine cellar, a workshop area, and an additional living area that could be utilized as a game or entertainment room.