A classic mid-century modern home designed by San Diego Master Architect Frederick Liebhardt, Frank Lloyd Wright protégé, located in the highly sought after neighborhood of La Playa in Point Loma. Designed for Lowell North, an Olympic gold medalist sailor and founder of North Sails, the property sits on an elevated lot with 270 degree views of the San Diego Bay, Mission Hills, Downtown, the Coronado Bridge, and the glimmering lights of Mexico. Designed with architectural integrity and sensitivity to the coastal neighborhood, the home maintains both privacy and a strong indoor-outdoor connection. Design elements include: post and beam, redwood construction, floor to ceiling windows, teak wood finishes throughout, split levels, as well as multiple view decks and an oasis-like backyard. Featuring a large primary suite with spa-like bathroom, 3 spacious bedrooms and an optional bedroom/office with a picture window to capture the treetop view of the backyard. The three-car garage with direct access to the home features a convenient dumbwaiter. Extensive storage and built-ins throughout. Upgrades in the last year include a new roof, new solar panels, new electrical panel, and new sewer line to the street. Situated on a peaceful cul-de-sac, with close proximity to both the Point Loma Yacht Club and San Diego Yacht Club, the Bessemer Trail, Kellogg Beach, Shelter Island, and the shops and restaurants of the Village of Point Loma. The home would be a strong candidate for historic designation and Mills Act, which allows for a significant property tax reduction. Welcome home!