Tetsuo Takayanagi built this home in 1959 for his sister Ukai Takayanagi Fumiko and her family. When you have a view of the Golden Gate Bridge mixed with an amazing architect how can you go wrong? The high ceilings in the main living room facing the bay just adds that much more drama to this stunning post and beam home. It feels and appears that the house has been kept in almost all original condition. I applaud the owners for respecting the design of the house and not making in over in a contemporary manner. I think I even spy some terrazzo floors going on. Terrazzo is one of those materials I think is a signature design element of a mid century modern house. The place happens to be on the market.