This house in Bel Air, designed by the legendary architect Paul R. Williams, supposedly has "a legendary history," but who knows what it is? (The house isn't listed on the Paul R. Williams Project website, for instance, but it was shot by Julius Shulman in 1982.) And "the home has been extensively remodeled," so hopefully some of that history is still left. The house was built in 1934 and sits on an acre of what the listing says is "usable" land overlooking the Seventeenth and Eighteenth fairways of the Bel Air Country Club's golf course. There are also five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a pool and spa, a dining room, library, guesthouse, and gym. Asking price is $19.95 million.
· 10802 AMBAZAC Way [Redfin]