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Richard Neutra - The Sale Residence

The Elsa and Robert Sale Residence, 1960

Richard Neutra’s expert hand & design DNA are found all throughout this elegant retreat, with the structure connecting effortlessly to the natural landscape that surrounds it. Crestwood Hills is a Brentwood enclave of expressive architecture and its inspired homes have helped define mid-century architecture for 75 years. At the peak of desired Tigertail Road is the Sale Residence by Richard Neutra....

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Lovell Health House, 1929

The Lovell Health House - Richard Neutra essential! In their seminal Guide, historians David Gebhard and Robert Winter write “Without question, this house together with Schindler’s Lovell Beach House in Newport Beach are the greatest monuments of the International Style in Southern California. The Lovell House…firmly established Neutra’s world reputation.” The property is listed on the National...

The Taylor House, 1961

Time seems to verify Neutra’s belief that one lives a longer, happier, heathier, and less stressful life when one is directly connected to nature on a daily basis. The Taylor House is one of Neutra’s ideal creations to test this tenet. Sited on over a half-acre in the Verdugo Woodlands, and sheltered by mature Native California Live Oaks, the place is a peaceful and private retreat from city cares,...

The Elsa and Robert Sale Residence, 1960

Brentwood's exclusive Tigertail Road winds its way up the mountain. The tip of Tigertail is the Sale Residence. Here, the profound assets of the land are magnified by Neutra's careful siting and glass house program. Surrounded by a hillside greenbelt affording miles of hiking, residents live privately within nature, while savoring a bird's eye view of the city and coastline below. The serenity is palpable....

The Bonnet House, 1941

Richard Neutra, Architect. At the time of construction, this series of cubes angled into the hillside lot was widely hailed by critics in 'Architectural Record' and 'Arts & Artists' magazines. The 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence - with additional studio or office, and laundry room with wet bar - is brilliantly sited to maximize Southwest views of the surrounding Hollywood Hills, and City lights below....

J.M. Roberts Residence, 1955

In the mid-fifties, the lifestyles afforded by Richard Neutra's design aesthetic were not readily accepted in the Eastern San Gabriel Valley. Modernism was suspect, at least in regard to residential architecture. Even Roberts came to Neutra requesting a ranch style house. Fortunately, Neutra would not compromise his design aesthetic, and today this icon of modern design affords the new owner a rare...

The Marshall House, 1952

Located in the highly-coveted West-side of the Rancho Santa Fe Covenant, this 1952 Richard Neutra design is perfectly situated on a private 2.6 acre lot with vast back-country views. This unique single-level masterpiece has been fully updated & still maintains all of the original charm & style. No expense spared in the renovation of this extraordinary home. This 4,477 sq. ft. estate features 4...

Flavin House

Flavin House, Richard Neutra, Architect. Silverlake views. The split level residence naturally ascends the gentle slope, and seems at one with its site and neighbors. Living and family rooms flow seamless into the central courtyard. Updating and improvements are in keeping with the house, and Neutra integrity is maintained. Rare and important architecture optimizes life and...

Living in Nature

Excepting the panoramic vistas from its promontory site, the elements that make this one of the crown jewels of the crown city are as subtle as its gardens created by Isamu Watanabe. Slow, with the turning of the seasons, the repose engendered by the architecture and "Living in Nature" reveals the...

The Bonnet House, 1942

At the time of construction, this series of cubes angled into the hillside lot was widely hailed by critics in 'Architectural Record' and 'Arts & Artists' magazines. The 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence - with additional studio or office, and laundry room with wet bar - is brilliantly sited to maximize Southwest views of the surrounding Hollywood Hills, and City lights below. Living-dining areas expand...

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