This mid-century house is originally designed in 1964 by Theodore Berman. Of course nowadays it has been renovated a little bit and in the result it still has modern look as inside as outside. Two elements that distinguish this house from many others are a stunning internal courtyard and an amazing Tiki bar. The courtyard is located in the hall but there are several quite high trees that could be seen on the second floor too. The Tiki bar is located downstairs and is open to striking triangular tiled-pool. It features teak stools, tiki figures attached to the padded bar, and some others decorating elements made of teak. There is also a big wine cellar under the house that holds about 1500 bottles.