“The Clock House” is finally ready for its next steward. Designed by renowned architect Kirtland Cutter for attorney John Clock. The estate is nestled on nearly an acre of land in a secluded area of the prestigious Virginia Country Club neighborhood. Cutter designed the interior with a Georgian style symmetry while incorporating Federalist design features. The exterior combines Colonial, English and Spanish elements, a signature design aesthetic for Cutter in his latter years. Ralph D. Cornell, one of the most influential landscape architects to shape LA, did the staking plans for this estate. The current steward spared no expense in meticulously maintaining the property. The entire HVAC system was replaced in 2015. The electrical system in the home has been updated as well. The kitchen was remodeled in 2001 and incorporates Caesarstone countertops, cherrywood cabinets, a Shaw’s Original apron sink, and high-end appliances. The original bell pull system for the home is still intact. All of the bathrooms and most of the plumbing in the home have been updated. The Karastan carpeting compliments the original hardwood flooring. Sophisticated color pallets, classic wallcoverings and window treatments are incorporated throughout the home. The master bedroom, bathroom and adjoining study offer golf course views. This one-of-a-kind estate’s private location, expansive land, stunning views and easy access to freeways and downtown LA, make it a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.