Grab a martini my friends,  a mid-century home designed by Bay Area architect Mario Corbett just entered the market for a cool $4.5 million.

Born from an architecture family Corbett helped popularize a style of modern architecture known as the Bay Area Tradition. Riding in on the second wave of this style, Corbett’s homes were characterized by open floor plans and redwood post beams that punctuated walls of windows. These glass houses brought the outside in unifying minimalist interiors with opulent natural surroundings.

The 3.3 acre estate at 14665 McDonough Heights Road, may be sparsely adorned but it isn’t boring. The redwood interior is a work of art, blending natural materials to create patterns and visual interest.

The 2,000 square foot main residence centers around a large great room with an eye catching brick hearth that provides warmth and separation between living and dining areas of the home.

A second guest residence mimics the original redwood house design with a metal exposed beam ceiling and glass wall that opens up onto a pool area with views of the Russian River, Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys.

This simply elegant minimalist design was ahead of its time and now fits in perfectly with contemporary tastes and preferences.

So I’ll play Betty Draper and you play Don as we click through the photos above of this this marvelous mid-century oasis.