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Prized Rancho Palos Verdes Jewel Offered by Chris Adlam

3330 via Campesina, designed by renowned architect Rodney Asbury Walker, is a 1951 Mid-century Modern masterpiece overlooking the Palos Verdes Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes offered by Chris Adlam of Vista Sotheby’s International Realty.



A Stunning View Matches a Stunning Home at 3330 via Campesina a Timeless Treasure Now on the Market in Rancho Palos Verdes

Designed by renowned Case Study architect Rodney Asbury Walker, this 1951 Mid-century Modern masterpiece resting on a private street overlooking the Palos Verdes Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes is much more than bedrooms and baths. It’s an homage to iconic architecture, complete with jaw-dropping views overlooking the tree-lined area of Valmonte, Santa Monica Bay, Queen’s Necklace and twinkling city lights.

“Mid-century Modern design flourished here in Los Angeles, and the architect, Rodney Asbury Walker, was a pioneer of that style,” says listing agent Chris Adlam of Vista Sotheby’s International Realty.

“It would be a challenge to find another home with this much unique style and history. When you include the view, it’s one of those houses that wows you every single time you step foot on the property.”

Expect 2,561 square feet of living space punctuated by glass, wood and stone, as well as soaring ceilings and oversized floor-to-ceiling windows that allow the panoramic landscape to take center stage.

Among the highlights: a duo of spacious master suites on each end of the home, with living spaces in the middle including a dramatic entry, updated kitchen, two living rooms, a bar, and a dining area. Outdoors, the private, 1.65-acre lot is encircled by gardens, fruit trees, and beautifully landscaped grounds featuring a patio, barbecue, and entertaining kitchenette, and of course, those scenic vistas.

“This is an incredible opportunity,” says Chris Adlam.

“My guess is, the person who buys this house will have a special appreciation and love for architecture, but the view will speak to everyone.” 

The best of all worlds.

Presented by

Chris Adlam | 310.493.7216 | DRE 00967574
Vista Sotheby’s International Realty

List Price $3.999 million

Photographs: Peter McMenamin


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