Built in 1963, the residence was designed by John Lautner. It appears to emerge from the sandstone hillside like a mid-century modern cave, a signature of Lautner's taught to him by his mentor Frank Lloyd Wright. From the inside out, the architect had a hand in every inch of the home. He even designed the furniture, lighting, and rugs, which we're sure really tied the room together. Having been the home of Jackie Treehorn in The Big Lebowsk, the dwelling is fit for a porn magnate and loanshark with drinking glass skylights in the living room, floor-to-ceiling glazing, and a swimming pool overlooking the Los Angeles skyline.
Photos: James Goldstein