We've written about this midcentury modern home a couple of times now, noting its stone facade and interiors, two working fireplaces, and open floor plan designed by architect Arthur L. Miller. But since we last feasted our eyes on the Penn Valley home, it's undergone yet another price chop, this time knocking off $24,000. The listing also features new photos that show off more the current owners' restoration and redesign, which included opening up the floor plan and installing a new roof, windows, and central kitchen. The home sits on 2.75 acres and is carved into a private hill and sits along protected woodlands. Will another price cut will be enough to sell this beauty? We'll have to wait and see. The asking price is $875,000.