For the first time ever, this historically significant mid-century modern masterpiece is available for purchase to the public. This unique concrete concept house was designed by the esteemed San Diego architect Henry Hartwell Hester in 1963 and still holds the regional distinction of being the first home ever awarded both the top award for both design and merchandising in the nationwide Horizon Home contest. Set on an almost 16,000 square foot lot perched high above Rose Canyon, the home features a large walk-in atrium area that leads to a rooftop deck with 180-degree views from the Mt. Soledad Cross to the Mormon Temple Towers. The interior boasts multiple floor-to-ceiling picture windows throughout for an always bright, inviting, and open-concept feel. The massive, renovated kitchen space is the centerpiece of the floorplan with surrounding interior block walls, support posts, and a fireplace that brings this rare and magnificent architecture to life. There is an abundance of outdoor living space, including a private retreat off the master bedroom suite & a large side yard directly accessible from the 2 other bedrooms. San Diego neighborhoods There are multiple outdoor decks with incredible sunset and canyon views for entertaining guests year-round and the large in-ground swimming pool has been completely refinished & upgraded with water features so now you can own this piece of San Diego History in this highly sought after neighborhood to share with friends and family!