This iconic residence, designed in 1939 by Frank Lloyd Wright, is considered by many to be the most striking of the architect’s Usonian homes, created for the middle class of the time. Taliesin fellow John Lautner was commissioned to restore the home in 1970. Sited on the edge of a hillside, it is cantilevered beyond its central brick core, creating a sense of motion and a streamlined shape recalling a yacht. The 1,200-square-foot floor plan consists of an open living room, a dining room, two bedrooms, a kitchen, and a workroom. A vast balcony terrace and a roof deck were designed to take in the ocean views. Hallmarks of Wright’s unmistakable style can be found throughout.