The Poppy Peak Historic District in the hills of southwest Pasadena is a unique melding of architecture and location that contains one of the finest collections of Mid-Century Modernism in Southern California. Poppy Peak is comprised of 30 architecturally significant homes representing the work of seminal architects.Designing this home was a dream come true for young Lyman Ennis AIA. Sited at the top of Poppy Peak on a street to street lot this striking home captures breathtaking treetop and mountain views. Walls of glass and warm wood create a mis en scene for extraordinary indoor/outdoor living.The high pitched ceilings and seamless flow of the living/dining/kitchen make this home feel spacious and light.A heavenly view deck runs the entire length of the home and leads to a refreshing pool.The primary suite features an impressive walk-in closet and drop dead gorgeous views. A guest bedroom on the same level has its own tranquil view patio.A mother in law suite with wet bar can be accessed from both interior and exterior of the home. The native and imported species of plants throughout were designed by expert botanist Theodore Payne and landscape architect Garrett Eckbo. Chefs kiss to all of the pioneers who created this masterpiece.