Built in 1927, this iconic Paul Williams Spanish Colonial home has been lovingly restored while upgrading all infrastructure to modern standards. Paul Williams, a pioneering African American LA architect, designed myriad LA monuments, including celebrity homes, the LA County Courthouse and the Theme Building at LAX. A master of proportional space, his designs were characteristically balanced, purposeful, elegant and seamlessly integrated with their natural environment. One of two Paul Williams designs in Ojai, this home perfectly encapsulates his values to create an intimate family home that takes full advantage of its ideal location. The property includes an office, a detached studio, a pool, an expansive veranda and views of the Topa Topas. Custom original tiles decorate the fireplaces..
and bathrooms and the lush grounds include a grape arbor and an orchard. This unique home combines spaciousness, functionality and aesthetics that result in unrivaled beauty and wholeness.