This premier estate was a mecca in the 1940's & 50's for contemporary artists, jazz musicians, L.A.'s cafe society and Hollywood elite, welcomed by its sophisticated owners to play cowboy polo, and drink martinis in the tropical oasis of the pool and spa. The Frank Lloyd Wright inspired main house tragically burned in 2014 leaving a foundation and one wall standing. The useful infrastructure of this ranch remains, including the "40's" adobe guest house and red pony barn, artist's workshop, greenhouse, bridges, garages & ample parking. Facilities include a 6-stall Barnmaster barn with feed, tack room & electricity, in & outs, a schooling arena, 4 turnout paddocks, trails & gated seclusion. An historic well irrigates avocado, macadamia and grapes. 2 parcels totaling approximately 9.5 acres are shaded by sycamores & enhanced by a seasonal stream. A rolling sunny ocean view meadow up above.