Iconic custom Cliff May ranch home with impeccable designer updates. Here’s your chance to own a slice of California history in the coveted Conejo Oaks neighborhood. This previously untouched 1958 Cliff May home was exquisitely renovated in 2020 by award-winning designer Natalie Myers and every inch oozes style. Enter the serene property to a light-filled living space with floor to ceiling windows, post and beam ceilings, and an original indoor earth garden. Make your way to the kitchen where no expense has been spared. Viking appliances, silestone countertops, Ann Sacks x Kelly Wearstler tiles, Concrete Collaborative floors–the list goes on. Find the dining room adjacent to the kitchen, complete with a beautiful bar space and brand new steel doors, leading to the home’s side entrance. Down the hall find two bedrooms with beautiful and unique original windows, and one seriously stylish and completely renovated bathroom. Across the living space is the master, which, like the rest of this home, is soaked in light with windows and doors creating an indoor-outdoor appeal. Cliff May was known as the King of the Ranch House with a special ability to create harmony between indoor and outdoor living.The large property features mature trees and foliage and a detached carport garage with striking post and beam ceilings. The property has street access from both front and back. Cul-de-sac location is private and ideal. Homes with this much character and style don’t come around often in Thousand Oaks, jump while you can.