Set on just under an acre, the Topanga property packs in four structures and inspiration galore.
Immersed in nature, The Topanga Art House has offered a tranquil refuge for creatives since it was first built in the 1930s. The estate, which is nestled in the Fernwood tract of Topanga, California, was originally passed down through one artisan family for nearly 70 years.
Noted artist and sculptor Liza Lou purchased the property in 2000 with her partner, graphic artist Mick Haggerty. Since then, the couple evolved the grounds into the enchanting haven it is today. Now, the duo is looking for a new adventure and recently listed the compound for sale.
The offering includes a 1,472-square-foot main residence, a two-bedroom guest house, a Japanese–inspired pavilion, and of course, an art studio. Landscape features, such as a koi pond and waterfall, enhance the property's serene environment while connecting the various structure. Scroll ahead to see more of the idyllic property, listed for $2,500,000.