It might be over 40 years old, but this 1970s Richard and Dion Neutra-designed modernist property in Tarzana, California, USA still packs a punch.
It also looks like it is pretty much original to the architects’ design too. Yes, some updating here and there and of course, some updates to the fixtures and fittings. But nothing too radical.
Of course, when you commission top-end architects to build you a home (as Filmation Studios head Louis Scheimer did), then you probably aren’t going to mess with the formula too much, if at all.
Time has been kind to this 1972 build too. The walls of glass and beams are right on the money in the current era, as is the large open living space. Of course, one thing never dates and that is a great view.
You certainly get that here. The agent refers to them as ‘breathtaking 360-degree views’, looking out over your three acres of land and beyond. Enjoy to from the living room or kick back in a hot tub and take it all in from the outside too. If you have the money, it’s your call.
The internal space covers 5,500 sq. ft. and that includes four bedrooms and five bedrooms, as well as all that lovely lounging space.
As we said, if the indoors isn’t to your liking, you can always take your life outside. This place has all that acreage, not to mention a ‘sparkling swimmer’s pool’, the previously mentioned hot tub and what are described as ‘unique designer water features’ that flow both inside and outside the house.
Obviously that all comes at a price. The bottom line here is $5,500,000.
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