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Richard Neutra

A c.1954 Modernist gem in Bel Air, beautifully rejuvenated and expanded by a Neutra expert.

An artist couple is selling their property, a wonderfully curated collection of architecture, art and design, set in a matchless landscape with staggering views.

Once sadly neglected, this iconic Modernist house came on the market in 2014 as a teardown. Instead of becoming the site of a subdivision, it was restored.

Built in 1925, the Austrian architect’s powerful composition in redwood and concrete is on the market.

We look at a lot of properties every year, but there are always favorites. Here are three memorable properties on the market in 2015.

When a property has descriptors like “timeless” or “monumental” attached to it, you may want to explore why.

Richard Neutra designed the breathtaking Hees House in 1950. Beautifully restored, it’s on the market and open, Sunday June 28, 2:00pm-5:00pm.

Devo Co-Founder Gerald Casale and his team dedicated seven years to the restoration of Richard Neutra’s iconic Kun House #1 — it’s now on the market, asking $3.5M.

The collapse of the real estate bubble has affected home prices throughout L.A., but it's made the fate of several mid-century masterpieces especially uncertain. Many of these homes have been on the market for months, sometimes years, and are struggling with multiple price reductions.

From 1945 through the first half of the 1960s, Arts & Architecture Magazine commissioned a series of model homes from some of the most acclaimed architects and designers of the time, including boldface names like Neutra, Eames, Koenig, and Saarinen.