Indulge your horsey tendencies and your architecture snobbery just across the county line in Ventura, with this 2.12 acre piece of land that comes with a 2000 house by Leroy Miller, a member of the LA 12 (the name comes from a 1976 Pacific Design Center show that included Frank Gehry, Craig Ellwood, Ray Kappe, John Lautner, and Cesar Pelli, according to Miller's 2010 obit in the LA Times). The house has five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a triangular pool, an eat-in kitchen, and a four car garage, although we're sure you could find room for a few more cars somewhere. The property went on the market in February asking $1.995 million, and it's been chopped just a bit, down to $1.795 million. Bell Canyon is a gated community (with a Cliff May-designed equestrian center, tennis courts, and trails), and HOAs are $245 per month.
Here's a video that shows a little more of the house.
· 35 SADDLEBOW Rd [Redfin]