Situated on a high plateau in the Santa Monica mountains, midway between Pacific Coast Highway and the 101 freeway, there exists a private refuge – a place of natural beauty with endless vistas in all directions, sunrises and sunsets that defy the imagination, and a serenity unto its own. Two parcels that comprise over 100 acres, 32436 Mulholland Highway is a setting rich in architectural history. Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by Arch and Eleanor Oboler to design their Malibu residence. Named Eaglefeather, their home was designed to embrace the land featuring the use of wood and Wrights desert stone rubble masonry. It included a main house, pool, retreat, film studio, stables, paddock and childrens wing. Although the main house was never built, the Oboler Gatehouse/Compound c.1940 and Eleanors Retreat c.1941 were completed, restored and rehabilitated c. 2013, and have been documented in many books and publications. The opportunity now exists to rebuild the 4,000 square feet gatehouse/compound or begin anew. The Retreat foundation, perched high on a rock outcropping, presents the opportunity to rebuild the 400 square foot historical structure and experience the genius of Wright firsthand. In addition to the fire rebuild opportunities, the property features a fully functioning well, 3 septic systems, 400 amp of power, solar system and one acre pond. Eaglefeather invites you to discover its timeless beauty and explore its many possibilities for the first time in 25 years.
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