Phenomenal Modern Listing - Page 2

Grand residential design by architect Aaron Green makes market debut for first time ever
Phenomenal Modern Listing
Phenomenal Modern Listing
Phenomenal Modern Listing

"The sunken living room area is really, really beautiful," Lombardelli said when asked about the house's best features, also citing the black-bottomed swimming pool and the soothing viewsheds of undeveloped hills from its multiple balconies and myriad windows. There are also views of the property's tennis courts and one-hole golf course.

"It does not need any work. It's in pristine condition," the realtor promised, noting that there is only one larger Aaron Green home still standing, which is in Woodside. "I think it's a very special, custom, mid-century modern home."

"He was very, very pleased with the house," Novie recalled of his mentor Green. "It's perfect."

"I don't talk about 'the perfect home' home very often," the architect allowed, offering explanation. "I think everything is right about it. It's integrated into the site, as it should be. The materials are perfect."

The house has sold privately twice before in its history. Lombardelli said last week that several prospective buyers had toured it and she thought that an offer might be forthcoming.

"Aaron Green fans are a unique group. It's really special to them," she said. "They have little dinners and parties together."

And of her grand, new listing, Lombardelli commented, "It's not listed as historic, but to people in the [modernist] community, it's iconic."