Perched atop Brentwood’s coveted Crestwood Hills, this designer-done, bespoke residence perfectly blends panoramic mountain to city to ocean views with the best characteristics of Mid-Century design: minimalism, indoor-outdoor flow, and a thoughtful palette. Through a verdant, unassuming entry, guests are welcomed into the heart of the home with an open floorplan kitchen and living room that pour out through pivoting glass doors to an incredible ipe deck with panoramic, sublime views. The post-and-beam architecture paired with floor-to-ceiling windows boast a treehouse-like feel–inviting the outdoors in from nearly every angle. The newly remodeled kitchen features a Calacatta marble/wood island with breakfast bar, gorgeous grain-matched walnut cabinetry and appliance panels, bookmatched Calacatta marble backsplashes, and top appliances from Miele and Bertazzoni. An impressive Apparatus Studio light floats above the picturesque dining area. The high-design hallway is flanked by seamless custom cabinetry, integrated LED ceiling lighting, and floor-to-ceiling glass. On the left are two bedrooms and a shared full bathroom. The primary bedroom suite feels as if it floats over the canyon below through floor-to-ceiling windows and a private deck. The primary bathroom boasts a stand-alone tub, open-air shower, fine custom cabinetry, and retro tilework. Down the stairs adorned by warm wood paneling is the lower level with a sophisticated office and family/media room. The office doubles as a fourth guest room with a queen-size murphy bed and features built-ins and a bathroom with shower and Calacatta viola marble sink. The lower level leads out through pivoting glass doors to the backyard with outdoor kitchen, yard, firepit lounge, and bocce court–all flowing out to canyon views. The two-car garage with EV charging features slats that fold down turning the garage into an extension of the backyard and home–ideal for entertaining. The home is completed by central HVAC, oak hardwood and concrete floors, Popham Moroccan tiling, George Nelson/Forbes & Lomax lighting fixtures, and more. High-design, Mid-Century residences of this caliber seldom grace the market–don’t miss this.