Home of the Day: Wallace Cunningham's radial Ray house

LA Times Home of the Day: Wallace Cunningham's radial Ray house in La Jolla

A radial floor plan and curving walls of glass come together for bold seaside living in La Jolla. One of many forward-thinking constructs by architect Wallace Cunningham, the contemporary home, known simply as the “Ray,” was designed so that an inner courtyard is sheltered from the elements while interiors frame dramatic views of the San Diego coastline.

Location: 724 Muirlands Vista Way, La Jolla, 92037

Asking price: $6.2 million

Year built: 1999

Architect: Wallace Cunningham

House size: 4,933 square feet

Lot size: 0.31 acres

Features: An artists retreat, a cantilevered fireplace, a gourmet kitchen, an office, a courtyard and a tropical koi pond

About the area: In the last 90 days, there have been 135 homes sold in La Jolla at a median sale price of $1.18 million, according to Redfin. The median list price during that time was $2.05 million.

Agents: Amber Anderson and Brandon White, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, 619-840-3400

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