We're not wild about some of the changes made in this 1951 house designed by H. Roy Kelley, but the bones look to be pretty well intact, and that's the crucial part. Maybe even go ahead and leave those mirrored walls in the dining room--it'll feel like you're having dinner with tons of friends. The house sits on nearly an acre and a quarter and has four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, stone flooring, fireplaces, skylights, a tennis court, a pool and spa, and a barbecue. Asking price is $4.8 million.
· 935 HILLCREST Pl [Redfin]