The DeLeeuw Residence, by architects Young and Remington (1965.) Designed originally for a WWII veteran/pilot and his family, the architects employed their modernist sensibility in creating a home that is as progressive today as the day it was built. Perfectly situated on a 15,224 square foot view lot in the heart of Montemalaga, it is the property that you have been waiting for. Soaring walls of glass and beamed ceilings point to views all the way from the Hollywood sign to the ocean, Malibu, and Point Dume. A massive double sided fireplace and original wall of built-ins divides the otherwise open plan. The now second owners took great care in their renovations, updating systems and finishes while leaving the soul of the original design intact. In the sleek contemporary kitchen: rich walnut cabinetry surrounds Fisher Paykel appliances, with counter tops and waterfall island of bright white Ceasarstone. Down a hallway, four bedrooms all utilize the same floor to ceiling glass walls- expanding the space and taking full advantage of the views. Downstairs- an additional living area with fireplace, laundry, and bathroom. Further updates include newer heating system, Low-E windowpanes, exterior paint in original colors, and drought tolerant landscape. Offered for the first time on the open market, and sure not to last.