Eldorado Country Club - At the end of a secluded cul-de-sac lies this mid-century masterpiece by Richard Dorman, AIA. Dorman was best known for helping to shape the mid-century landscape in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. Completed in 1962, the home's classic post and beam architecture is enhanced by the truly unique roof line of the living and dining rooms. Three high-vaulted arches with clerestory windows offer breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, creating a harmonious union between the interior and exterior spaces. A wall of glass leads to the pool area with great privacy. Beyond the main house, accessible through a private walled garden, is a two-bedroom, two-bath guest house with a sitting area. The home is situated on a premium building site between the 5th and 6th holes - set back from the golf course with unobstructed views of Mt. Eisenhower.