The Baskerville House. Norwood & Delonge. AIA. 1965. Hidden from the street, up a long driveway sits a sublime one owner 'oriental modern' Post and Beam jewel box of a home. Beautiful tongue and groove floors welcome you underfoot. Floor to ceiling walls of glass offer a feeling of floating above the verdant landscape and provide dappled sunlight through mature sycamore trees. Handsome wood beamed ceilings envelope with a feeling of warmth and solidity. The living room and dining room are anchored by a malm style fireplace. The kitchen offers a cozy eat in breakfast nook. The convertible secondary bedroom has 2 separate doors and a 3 panel shoji screen that closes to transform into 2 separate rooms. A sunny bookshelf lined hallway leads to the primary bedroom suite bathed in light on 3 sides. This dreamy bedroom is anchored by another malm style fireplace. Original built ins offer endless storage possibilities. Multiple paths lead to patios and trails around the entire wooded property. Adjacent to the 2 car carport is a utility/bonus space. The home has been beautifully maintained by its original owner. Recent upgrades include a new roof, a new sewer line, mostly copper plumbing, newer appliances and an annual termite and pest contract.