Crestwood Hills Richard Neutra Mid Century Modern Home
Crestwood Hills Richard Neutra Mid Century Modern home, The Sale Residence – 1960, is sited in the “utopian” enclave of expressive architecture known as, Crestwood Hills. Architects, Neutra, A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith and Craig Ellwood all contributed work to this cooperative development which brought about “good design and economical construction to moderate-income housing…” With interest in the project coming from musicians, artists and faculty members at UCLA, the growing group incorporated as the Mutual Housing Association in 1946.
Neutra’s signature floor-to-ceiling sliding glass walls, paneled walls and custom cabinetry highlight the interior space.
Spectacular views and functional built-ins highlight the primary bedroom in this beautifully preserved time capsule that encourages rest and relaxation.
Walls of glass, meld with Neutra’s curated selection of materials in the kitchen space – complete with a breakfast bar and private patio.
Neutra’s classic lines are evident in this back view of the home. Built for Dutch-born artist Elsa and Robert Sale the interior also features a number of original mosaics created by Elsa herself.
Inspirational views of lush canyons stretch from the Pacific Ocean to Palos Verdes and beyond to create a perfect backdrop for your Los Angeles story. A home meant to create a dialog between its owner and the natural surroundings, Neutra’s hand is found throughout this stunning piece of architectural history.
If you would like to see this Crestwood Hills Richard Neutra Mid Century Modern home contact Brian Courville at 310-622-0312 or JB Fung at 323-687-1170. Alternately, for additional Mid-Century Modern homes, Historic Los Angeles real estates or Classic Los Angeles homes for sale reach us by email, Brian Courville or JB Fung. If you are considering selling, contact us for a free no-obligation home valuation.
Listing courtesy of Christina Hildebrand and Christopher Pomeroy, Crosby Doe Associates