Richard Neutra’s Divine Hammerman House, $13.5M


Asking: $13,500,000
What: A 4-bed, 5-bath masterwork by one of California’s greatest architects, the transplanted Viennese Modernist and built in 1954 for a Mr. and Mrs. Hammerman.

Sympathetically restored in the early-2000s by architect , a well-regarded expert in Neutra’s work, who also added the previously unbuilt second floor bedroom level following the master’s original drawings.

Paved in slate, the main living space extends from the kitchen to a fireplace alcove, flanked by glass walls with views to both downtown LA and the the pool area. Note the slim, recessed LED light fixture over the dining table.

More: Go to the for additional images and details. Represented by , President of the Estates Division of Pacific Union International.