RICHARD NEUTRA ARCHITECTURAL HOME
IN BRENTWOOD’S CRESTWOOD HILLS
1438 NORTH KENTER AVENUE, LOS ANGELES, CA | $1,695,000 | 3 BD | 2 BA
An opportunity to own a Richard Neutra Architectural home with panoramic views spanning from the Santa Monica Bay to Century City and to the San Gabriel Mountains.
This Crestwood Hills private oasis includes a spacious step-down living room with fireplace, dining room and master all overlooking the beautiful views.
HOLLYWOOD HILLS RICHARD NEUTRA | THE HAILEY RESIDENCE
3319 TARECO DRIVE, LOS ANGELES, CA | $895,000 | 1 BD | 2 BA
Hollywood Hills Richard Neutra: The Hailey Residence, 1959. The Neutra office achieved some of its most creative architectural solutions when confronted with the necessity of making compact space function comfortably and efficiently through varied social circumstances.
Success in this endeavor at the Hailey Residence has been brilliantly achieved through a plan which opens private space to public space.
MASTERFUL RAY KAPPE DESIGN | SANTA MONICA CANYON MODERN
14623 HILLTREE ROAD, SANTA MONICA, CA | $5,975,000 | 4 BD | 3 BA
Ray Kappe Designed Santa Monica Canyon Modern home. Masterfully designed in 1970 by Ray Kappe, this significant property in prime Santa Monica Canyon has been thoughtfully restored and transformed into one of the most marveled architectural homes on the Westside.
Walls of wood and glass embrace both the work of Kappe and engulf oneself into the
surrounding trees and canyon.
RESTORED 1942 RICHARD NEUTRA HOME
414 AVONDALE AVENUE, LOS ANGELES, CA | $7,995,000 | 3 BD | 4.5 BA
Restored 1942 Neutra. Designed by world-renowned modernist architect Richard Neutra, this home was originally built in 1942 for NBC radio producer John Nesbitt.
Restored & renovated by acclaimed designer Barbara Barry & Architect David Serrurier, a master bedroom was added to the main structure & two bedrooms were added to the ancillary structure, adding space and function while honoring Neutra’s vision and style.
SILVER LAKE MODERN -THE SKINNER HOUSE BY WILLIAM KESLING
1530 NORTH EASTERLY TERRACE, LOS ANGELES, CA | $1,395,000 | 3 BD | 2 BA
The Skinner House, 1937. William Kesling, Architect. Los Angeles Historical-Cultural Monument #856. Streamline Moderne was both a reaction to Art Deco and a reflection of austere economic times. Gone was unnecessary ornament. Sharp angles were replaced with simple, aerodynamic curves. Ultimately, the designs were horizontal in their orientation, serving as a precursor to the modernist movement that would begin in earnest a decade later.
Hardwood flooring, magnesite and chrome stairway.