Nestled discreetly in wooded hills is a gorgeous Frank Lloyd Wright designed Usonian home, built in 1948 for Maynard & Katie Buehler. The Buehlers' home is an inspirational meeting of two minds, American modern architecture and Japanese traditional gardening, with an eye toward both function and beauty. The main house is complimented by a Guest House, a Japanese Tea house, a Gazebo, and a Green House. Typical of the Usonian homes, this one is constructed of handpicked cinder blocks, steel framing, gorgeous redwood, and lots of enormous windows bringing together the inside of the home with the natural beauty outside. The grounds which were designed by Henry Matsutani, are a masterful blend of creeks, waterfalls, expansive lawns, meandering paths, bridges, ponds, Zen stone gardens, and Thai iron bells, all accented with two larger than life Terracotta Statues from Xian, China. Incredibly all this beauty and history is located within thirty minutes of San Francisco giving it international appeal. The Buehler home is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Todd & Gretchen Scheid of Alain Pinel Realtors are representing the sellers. For additional information on this listing compiled by the Eichler Network, contact Heidi Slocomb at 925-788-2885 and visit www.heidislocomb.com.