It seems to be Steven Ehrlich week--yesterday we saw an A. Quincy Jones house with an Ehrlich update hit the market, and now we have his much lauded Schulman House. Featured in The Best American Houses and given a National Honor Award by the American Institute of Architects, the house was built in 1992 for screenwriter Tom Schulman who was fresh off the success of What About Bob? at the time. (And Dead Poets Society and Honey I Shrunk the Kids. His streak seems to have ended when the house was built. Interesting.) But back to the house: the "sensibilities of Schindler and Neutra" blend with "delicate Japanese influences" in Ehrlich's trademark multicultural modernist style throughout the very 90s 9,000 square foot house--or "MONUMENTAL MASTERWORK OF A DISTINGUISHED RESIDENCE" as the listing has it. It has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a two-story living room, library, media room, gym, water feature, and black bottom pool. In its first time on the market, the house on 1.35 acres is listed for an even $15 million.
· 645 Tuallitan Rd [Redfin]