Although Harry Gesner was Malibu's mid-century master, he did venture from the California coast from time to time. During one of those occasions, he designed the Triangle House. The Tarzana residence was built in 1960 and is sited at the end of a long, private driveway where it's triangular concrete form is slyly situated between two hillsides. Open living spaces make up the 5,200-square-foot interior and feature a sunken den, wine cellar, and four bedrooms. Walls of floor-to-ceiling glazing highlight the wooden surroundings while opening up to a poolside terrace and a guest house that mimics the geometry of the main residence. Also on 1.3-acre plot are a fire pit, covered outdoor dining area, and an angular carport.
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