This timeless contemporary Craftsman residence in La Canada, built by C. H. Anderson, was once a grove of deodar pines, transformed into a property fit for entertaining and movement. Renowned architect Marc Whitman, along with award-winning designer Doran Taylor, created spaces that facilitate a free-flowing floor plan which altogether achieve the home's intuitive sense of balance and rhythm. Upon entering through the massive, Torrance steel front door, one's eyes are immediately drawn across the foyer, through the dining room, and beyond. Like a larger-than-life piece of art, the lush backyard is revealed through bi-folding Sierra Pacific doors, evoking indoor or outdoor harmony. Adjacent to the dining room is an impressive great room featuring soaring, vaulted ceilings, a comforting fireplace, and an elevated platform that has served as a musical performance stage on numerous occasions. Rows of clerestory windows throughout enable natural light to pour in while the homes bold timber structure and native stone walls reinforce the home's sturdiness and authenticity. From gatherings held beneath the outdoor canopy, around the saline pool. barbeque or fire pit, this property welcomes all to take advantage of beautiful Southern California weather.