Drop $3M on one of the very first California ranch homes

Jan Fiore February 13, 2014


Despite never being formally registered as an architect, Cliff May had a huge impact on American residential design through the development of the California ranch house, which, as he told the New York Times shortly before his death in 1989, was “everything a California house should be -it had cross-ventilation, the floor was level with the ground, and with its courtyard and the exterior corridor, it was about sunshine and informal outdoor living.

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