The Bonnet House, 1941.

Richard Neutra - The Bonnet House, 1941

Richard Neutra was a master of integrating his architectural homes into their unique surroundings. As such, this early modernist design echoes the Hollywood Hillside it sits upon and is perfectly sited for stunning sunsets, canyon, city and ocean views.


Incorporating indoor/outdoor living into nearly every room, glass doors and sliding walls open to private landscaped grounds and patios with a mix of mature foliage, new garden planting and terraces throughout. 


Carefully restored and updated in 2016, with no changes to the original floorpan, this highly published home features a light-filled wood-accented great room with fireplace that flows into two patios, a top-of-the-line gourmet kitchen, a sexy master bathroom, a glass-walled master bedroom with an open hearth fireplace and rare curved details that echo Neutra's Kaufman house of the same era. 


The original integrity is matched with modern upgrades including a new roof, electrical, plumbing, central air conditioning, wired sound in every room, app-driven security/camera, music, automated lighting & HVAC. Finishes and fixtures are designer-selected and reflect brands such at Toto, Dornbract, Ann Sacks, Axor, Louis Poulson, Grossman and more.







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