As his period colleague, Ossipoff Mid-century modern architect, Harry W. Seckel sought to create a more climatically, culturally responsive home here when opening this Woodlawn Terrace subdivision. It remains with its historic character-defining features largely intact, from tongue-and-groove vertical redwood siding, wide eaves to integrated lanai and plate-glass windows with views of the natural environment. An arboretum-inspired paradise designed by a Botany professor over some 50 yrs, has walking paths meandering through exotic foliage with terrace rests that provide stunning views of nature & extreme privacy in all directions. Architecturally authentic but newly improved kitchen and baths. Separate entry to downstairs living area, room for 2nd car pad. Sf does not agree with tax records.