With knowledge formed by his creation of coveted properties from Bel Air to Brentwood, noted local designer Bill Mack built this lower Mandeville Canyon residence to harmonize with its forested setting. His design displays dramatic scale and an effortless connection to the beauty of nature. The detailing, materials, and craftsmanship that have come to define this architectural period in Los Angeles are found throughout. A highly thoughtful expansion by architect Matt Kivlin compliments Mack’s mid-century style, and the residence retains the integrity it has had since built. The spacious living room with wood burning fireplace and high ceilings flows to the dining room, bar, and pass-thru kitchen which opens to an informal family room with second fireplace and indoor grill, and overlooks a generous patio and swimmers pool. There are 4 bedrooms, 5 baths, an office, and plenty of storage. Exterior incorporates multiple decks, balconies and even a beautifully integrated chicken coop. Privately sited up a long driveway the property is mere minutes from the center of Brentwood, and the wonderful lifestyle found throughout the Westside.