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The only full privacy that exists in the main house—since everything is surrounded by glass—is in a cube that Liebermann placed in the center of the house. It’s seven feet tall, covered with a thin sheet of fiberglass to let the light stream in from a skylight, and holds two-and-a-half bathrooms. The woodworking here is done with a mahogany finish.

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The only full privacy that exists in the main house—since everything is surrounded by glass—is in a cube that Liebermann placed in the center of the house. It’s seven feet tall, covered with a thin sheet of fiberglass to let the light stream in from a skylight, and holds two-and-a-half bathrooms. The woodworking here is done with a mahogany finish.

In the kitchen, the mother of pearl light fixture—which was installed by the Little family in the 1970s—is surrounded by three concentric rings of dark blue tiles from Sausalito-based Heath Ceramics. Liebermann actually installed Heath tiles in the kitchen, baths, pool, and fountain.

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In the kitchen, the mother of pearl light fixture—which was installed by the Little family in the surrounded by three concentric rings of dark blue tiles from Sausalito-based Heath Ceramics.

Mill Valley midcentury masterpiece by Daniel Liebermann asks $2.7 million - Curbed SFclockmenumore-arrow : The remedy for Eichler overload

Mill Valley midcentury masterpiece by Daniel Liebermann asks $2.7 million

In the corner of the living room sits a round table that the Little family brought from Minnesota. Jay's father made the rounded stools out of garbage cans from Cost Plus, and built the custom corner seat to create a comfortable nook.

Shown here is the addition that was built by Little’s father to fit the rest of their large family. He made sure to keep the design, look, and materials as consistent with Liebermann’s main design as possible. They did end up painting the walls white in order to bring more light into the space.

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Shown here is the addition that was built by Little’s father to fit the rest of their large family. He made sure to keep the design, look, and materials as consistent with Liebermann’s main design as possible.

Mill Valley midcentury masterpiece by Daniel Liebermann asks $2.7 million - Curbed SFclockmenumore-arrow : The remedy for Eichler overload

Mill Valley midcentury masterpiece by Daniel Liebermann asks $2.7 million

311 La Mesa Drive, Portola Valley

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Today, everything in the house is either completely original, or was carefully updated by this family who owned and cared for it for 50 years. You’ll find the full listing through Eric McFarland.

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Today, everything in the house is either completely original, or was carefully updated by this family who owned and cared for it for 50 years. You’ll find the full listing through Eric McFarland.

A huge rock that Liebermann picked out himself as as a diving board into the pool. Liebermann was very proud to design the house in a way that it reflects in the pool when you first walk in through the front gate. The reflection doubles the size of the house.

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A huge rock that Liebermann picked out himself as as a diving board into the pool. Liebermann was very proud to design the house in a way that it reflects in the pool when you first walk in through the front gate. The reflection doubles the size of the house.

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