The mad scientist creators of this "Hollywood Hills meets Corona Heights" hybrid apparently didn't have any ethical problems with unnatural combinations. Architectural miscegenation aside, however — JR Studio dubs it "mediterranean modern — 117 Lower Terrace boasts the kind of brash newness that some people really dig. Oh, and also a "perfect blend of indoor and outdoor living." The house was built in 1938, so it would have been a pretty dramatic renovation. For 3 beds, 2 baths, and a very prominent spiral staircase, buyer pays $1,649,000. For more on the interiors, check the California Home + Design story (PDF).
· 117 Lower Ter [Vanguard]