Richard Neutra’s Staller House

Everyone from Huffington Post to the ReMax is talking about this exceptional

example of International Modern Architecture being on the market.


We just wanted to see it.

from Huffington Post

New to the market is Richard Neutra’s Staller House for $10.9 million. Built in 1955, this post and beam style home was renovated by Irish architect Lorcan O’Herlihy of LOHA in 2001, according to Triangle Modernist. The Staller House was subject to additions prior to LOHA’s renovation, states Curbed LA. The current owner, film producer Gary Levinsohn is best known for the award winning “Saving Private Ryan” and anticipates continued success with his upcoming “Blackbird” staring Olivia Wilde and Eric Bana.

The Staller House features 6,674 square feet of living space on over an acre of Bel-Air land. The five bedroom, seven bathroom house has a guest house, pool, spa, parking for twelve, and an extensive wine room. The Staller House is one of a few Richard Neutra-designed properties currently on the market. The Pacific Palisades Troxell House and the Kronish House in Beverly Hills are also listed for sale.

Photos by Simon Berlyn courtesy of the official listing with Ginger Glass of Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills North and John Williams of Coldwell Banker Previews International.

Link to slide show



Homes designed by Richard Neutra combined Bauhaus modernism with Southern California building traditions, creating a unique adaptation that became known as Desert Modernism. Neutra’s houses were were dramatic, flat-surfaced industrialized-looking buildings placed into a carefully arranged landscape. Constructed with steel, glass, and reinforced concrete, they were typically finished in stucco.

Exceptional Article here from Triangle Modernist Houses

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