It’s something of a time tunnel into a bygone era. But more importantly, this 1950s Richard Neutra-designed modernist property in West Covina, California, USA could be a significant dwelling once more if someone is willing to take in on.
That’s the key point here, as the phrase ‘if new owner chooses to keep it’ hints at perhaps value in replacing this place with a new structure. But the agent also points out that the home ‘is a fixer’ and ‘is an amazing find’, so it’s far from a lost cause.
The house dates back to 1955 and looking at it, you get the feeling that it hasn’t been updated much since. There’s a hint of the 1960s about some of the decor, but certainly little has changed in the recent past. The house certainly doesn’t look to have changed physically, with the layout, extensive glazing, stone fireplaces and pool all looking very much of the era.
The house offers around 2,580 sq. ft. of space in total, which includes four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large kitchen and open reception space with great views. Outside you’ll find a pool, fish pond, fire pit, horse area and lots of open space.
It’s the dream home for someone, but that someone will need $1,000,000 (around £597,000) before renovation costs.