Via Crosby Doe Associates

A Richard Neutra home in Los Angeles has hit the market for the first time ever – and its a time capsule of modernist design.

The Elsa and Robert Sale Residence sits on North Tigertail Road in Brentwood, and was built in 1960. The three-bedroom midcentury modern home features Neutra’s signature sliding glass walls and has bespoke flourishes including original mosaics by Elsa Sale (a Dutch-born artist) as well as built-in seating, bookcases and cabinetry.

Richard Neutra’s little known Sale Residence hits the market for the first time ever
Via Christina Hildebrand, Crosby Doe Associates

The bolthole is listed via Christina Hildebrand of Crosby Doe for $3m and while ‘some restoration [is] required’, the 1,632 sq ft modernist property retains its original open-plan layout and wood panelling. It’s also surrounded by greenbelt land and hiking trails.

Richard Neutra’s little known Sale Residence hits the market for the first time ever
Via Christina Hildebrand, Crosby Doe Associates
Richard Neutra’s little known Sale Residence hits the market for the first time ever
Via Christina Hildebrand, Crosby Doe Associates

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Betty is the Editor of The Spaces.

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