City of Los Angeles Historic Cultural Landmark # 647. Facing Pacific sunsets from the terraced flank of Santa Monica Canyon stands a monument to California Bauhaus: ribbons of glass and stucco in taut gentility. Perimeter walls and mature trees shroud the pool, greensward, and gentle rise to the entry indicated by the 2-story opaque corduroy glazing.
The living room beyond opens to the gardens and expands into the semicircle which Neutra called a 'winter garden'. The staircase gestures to Loos, unifies the house and terminates in a generous upper foyer. The adjacent study, with its own terrace, can open en suite to the master with whitewater views, walk-in wardrobe and bath. Additionally:
Two guest bedrooms and bath, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, maid's and bath, hardwood floors 2-car garage and cabana. On 2 lots.