This spectacular rammed earth home sits prettily on nearly 60 acres of land with incredible views, large shade and fruit trees. Originally designed and built for renowned artist Judy Chicago, the artistic heritage was continued when Tony Award Winning author and playwright Bernard Pomerance took over the property, where he was inspired to write his masterwork "The Elephant Man". Part of the unique aspects of this special place include volcano outcroppings featuring 50,000 feet of Native American petroglyphs. The house enjoys a spacious open plan living area with a nicely separated large master suite and private studio, handsome library and the office in which The Elephant Man was created.
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