:: Architect Edward Fickett, A.I.A.,1957 :: In the early stages of the Rollingwood Development, this Model E Mid Century was one of the most luxurious designs one could choose from to build their dream home. Designed specifically for entertaining, 31 Silver Spring has been masterfully restored by the current owners in collaboration with architect Philip Overbaugh to compliment the original Edward Fickett vision. An incredibly bright living room with vaulted ceilings, a floor to ceiling chimney and open dining area benefit from rare 180 degree coastal views of the South Bay and beyond. Tongue and groove ceilings, restored wooden floors and custom walnut cabinetry were carefully chosen to ensure that the home retained its original Mid Century glory. Fickett's original layout was thoughtful, separating the entertaining areas from the family room, primary suite and 2 additional bedrooms. Entirely overhauled in 2016, the home comes with all new systems, central HVAC with Nest thermostat, new Jeld-Wen wood frame double insulated windows, Western Window Systems sliding glass doors, a built in 5.1 surround sound system in the large family room, an all new GAF Timberline roof and more. A spacious 2-car garage has a bonus room with AC, perfect for an office or playroom. The large backyard with carefully designed drought tolerant landscaping around the perimeters, allows for plenty of play-space and outdoor get-togethers with friends and family. Conveniently located within the Silver Spur, Palos Verdes Intermediate and Peninsula school districts. A bespoke restoration in one of the rarest pockets of Palos Verdes, now ready for its next transfer of legacy.