Inspired by California's mid-century modernism movement, this 1958 Sierra Madre home offers architectural appeal at the top of Baldwin where the sunshine meets the hills. The iconic 2,084 sq. ft. U-shaped layout conforms nicely to the 11,091 sq. ft. corner lot and allows an effortless relationship between the indoor and outdoor spaces. The inviting double doors reveal characteristic organic elements such as slate entry, two sided stone fireplace with floating slate hearth, vaulted natural wood ceiling, skylight opening to the healthy oak above and liberal use of glass enlivening the senses and drawing the outdoors in. The home encourages entertaining with open flow between the living room, dining room, kitchen and upper patio/yard space enriched with the subtle sounds of a fountain. The kitchen has simple clean lines with an adjacent office, 3/4 bath and laundry area. All three bedrooms are generously sized with large closets and some built-ins. The primary bedroom offers clerestory windows, oversized sliding glass door opening to the upper yard, floating wood dresser and floating closets, and a skylight for an abundance of natural light. In addition the room opens into a full bathroom that can be converted to an en-suite arrangement. There are two outdoor spaces offering the right balance between relaxation, entertainment, at-home gardening and abounding mountain views. There is a detached extra-tall single car garage on the south side that can easily become an ADU, workshop or pool house (lower yard has strong potential for a lap pool). In addition, there is a classic two-car carport on the north side for easy access to and from the home. Two additional driveway spaces allow for plenty of off-street parking. This much-loved home is in close proximity to the downtown village for boutique shopping and restaurant hopping and enjoyment of the parks, hiking and nature trails that are a treasured part of the Sierra Madre lifestyle.