Thanks once again to Daniela Rincklake van Endert, whi spotted that this 1960s Richard Neutra-designed modernist property in Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany is currently for sale.
This house dates back to 1967, which makes it over 45 years old. The fact that it looks like a contemporary masterpiece tells you everything you need to know about the architect and this design.
Inside, we’re talking 380 sq. metres of space – and open space too. Throw in extensive and we’re looking at a light and spacious environment, with rooms flowing effortlessly into each other. Oh yes, there’s also a natural stone guest house and a pool house (eight pool, naturally) if that space still isn’t enough for you, with a plot of around 25,000 sq. metres to play with too.
In terms of specifics, the house has had some recent work to the bathrooms, heating and insulation, but overall, is in fairly original condition. The house is laid out over two floors, with luxury to the fore. That includes everything from an au pair room and ‘gentlemen’s room’ through to feature fireplaces and balconies, not to mention your own private wood outside. We don’t know how many rooms are here in total, but we suspect you’ll have more than enough.
More detail on the listing (if you speak German) and if you want it, €2,400,000 is the asking price. More images below.