Welcome to The Milton and Helen Zerin Residence, 1957, Cliff Burlew A.I.A. Architect, Edward Hume, C.I.L.A. Landscape Architect, with later additions designed by the firm of A.Quincy Jones, F.A.I.A. Architect. Burlew, particular rather than prolific in his projects, is credited with just a handful of masterpieces that have recently captured attention and praise as quintessential specimens of the Mid-Century "California House." The Zerin Residence, cherished, protected, and offered by the original owner, showcases Burlew's signature walls of glass, abundant and finely crafted walnut cabinetry, floating fireplace detail and Terrazzo tile flooring. The interior features open concept living where the living room, formal dining room and family room spaces remain unhindered by dividing walls. The center-island kitchen opens to adjacent dining and lounging where a welcoming fireplace with artistic stainless detail can be found. The primary en-suite and attached sitting room overlook a unique, asymmetric pool wrapping around the blueprint of the rear side of the house, and expertly framed by generous patios and lushly landscaped grounds. Set on a beautiful street, this iconic, habitable art-form, with formidable pedigree, is located in prime Sherman Oaks, South of the Blvd., a location coveted for easy access to the Westside, public and private schooling, and all that greater Los Angeles has to offer.