A Richard Neutra-designed property in the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains is on the market for $9.799 million. The home that stands in the rocky foothills, about 30 minutes from Downtown Los Angeles, was home to Dorothy Serulnic – Richard’s secretary in the 1950s.
Richard Neutra was one of America’s most influential modern architects from the 1920s to the 1960s. He designed iconic homes, including the Kaufmann Desert House in Palm Springs for Edgar J. Kaufmann and the Kronish House in Beverly Hills.
Amongst Neutra’s most famous properties is this home in Southern California – a futuristic haven that acts as the perfect canvas for modern decorating ideas – seventy years after its completion.