The Condor house is a short distance from the Neve Control Room. It has (three) bedrooms, a full kitchen and living room. This living room is sometimes configured to accommodate overdubbing and editing work.
The hardwood floors are the original oak from when the house was built in the 1930's.
The antique furnishings are from India, Romania, and Mexico. The house is adobe with Spanish vigas overhead. This house has a very cozy and comfortable feel to it.
An Additional bed can be brought in to the living room when need it to accommodate extra guests.
The Condor House master bedroom features antique furnishings, original hardwood floors and a Salvador Dali lithograph "The Eye."
The rounded ceilings of the Condor House are another unique architectural feature.
The east bedroom features an antique Art Deco bed and antiques from Romania and India.
The west bedroom features a hand carved antique bed from the 1800's.
Along with a full kitchen, The Condor House also has a laundry room with washer/dryer.