Two Historic Richard Neutra Homes Hit the Los Angeles Market

Richard Neutra, Architect - The Plywood Demonstration/Brice Residence

By V.L. Hendrickson

Two Los Angeles homes designed by renowned Mid-Century Modern architect Richard Neutra hit the market last week, one of which hasn’t changed hands in more than 70 years.

The Brice Residence, ​​located in Brentwood Glen, is listed for just under $5 million, while the Sten Frenke Estate in Santa Monica returned to the market for $15 million.

Neutra, an Austrian-American architect who died in 1970 at age 78, spent much of his career in Southern California. He was a proponent of the International Style, a modern movement of clean lines and open interior spaces, and was known for experimentation and embracing technology to connect humans to nature, according to the Los Angeles Conservancy, a preservation nonprofit.

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