Created for a discerning, distinguished buyer, this property exudes world renowned architectural lineage. Originally designed as 1 of 17 platform homes in the early 60’s by legendary architect Richard Neutra, the residence was completed by Midcentury architect William S. Beckett in 1965. Of all the iconic homes, 3707 Oakfield Dr marks the most luxurious and complete restoration. The rich history of this house is shrouded in its intentional design and remarkable upgrades that have been reimagined over the years by the current owner, and acclaimed architect himself, Donald M. Goldstein. Hidden behind a custom cut & fit privacy wall, this unassuming gem boasts much more than initially meets the eye. Enter through custom wrought-iron doors and enjoy sweeping views of the San Fernando Valley as sunlight pours through the colossal floor-to-ceiling windows. Structurally reinforced pillars hoist this sleek pad up, creating the illusion of a floating vessel in the sky, from both inside the home and from the perspective of the street below. Don’t let the square footage fool you this 2 bed, 2 bath home is complete with a chef’s kitchen, dining room for 10+, open living room, office/ flex space, and an outdoor sitting area perfect for an afternoon glass of wine or morning coffee. Among the renovations that have been made, most notable are the pyramid skylights, raised ceiling & roof lines, 300+ bottle wine cellar, Roman soaking tub, and solar panels. The infamous black metal exterior is coated with a 24-gauge Kynar finish. The perfect pied-a-terre!