Exceedingly rare opportunity to live in world class architecture only three houses to the sand at Windansea Beach! Published internationally, these concrete, wood and glass structures were designed c.1923 by Architect Rudolph Schindler and helped to introduce the concept of “open shelter” to our temperate climate. The flawless integration of indoor living spaces with private outdoor “rooms” succeeds in expanding their livability far beyond mere square footage. The profound influence of Schindler’s close working relationship with Frank Lloyd Wright on Wright’s now famous Los Angeles concrete block houses is quite evident. This sun filled, south facing, one bedroom, one bathroom unit offers; a sleeping porch/office with peak ocean view, hip stainless kitchen, breakfast nook, 2 fireplaces and the largest patio in the complex. Designated as San Diego Historic Site #117 the new owner will also enjoy significant property tax savings. Simply the ideal primary or secondary residence.