La Jolla Akropolis: Mid-century modern masterpiece with jaw-dropping coastline views from every room, perched high atop Mount Soledad. Originally designed by William Lumpkins in 1955 as his residence and reimagined by New York architect William T. Georgis in 2011. Gated and private grounds include a swimming pool, firepits, heated outdoor dining, outdoor kitchen and exotic draught-tolerant mature plantings by LA landscape designer Judy Kameon of Elysian Landscapes. With seamless indoor/outdoor living and transcendent vistas, this meticulously maintained and much published retreat is ready for large scale and intimate entertaining. The residence includes generously proportioned rooms, a cerused ash wood library, bar and office, fine stone finishes, heated floors, structural reinforcement and the ability for expansion. Nothing compares to this jewel in La Jolla.