This premier property was a mecca in the 1940's and 1950's for contemporary artists, jazz musicians, L.A.'s cafe society and Hollywood elite, welcomed by its sophisticated owners to play cowboy polo and drink martinis in the tropical oasis of the pool and patio area. The Frank Lloyd Wright inspired main house tragically burned in 2014 leaving a foundation and one wall standing. Some of the infrastructure of this ranch remains, including the 40's adobe retreat and red pony barn, bridges and a six stall barn with in and outs, feed, tack room and electricity. An historic well irrigates trees. Some of the mature landscaping and outbuildings were affected by the Woolsey Fire and debris removal has been scheduled. The 2 parcels totalling approximately 9.5 acres are shaded by beautiful sycamores and enhanced by a seasonal stream. A rolling sunny ocean view meadow up above.