The Staller House by Richard Neutra
By Eric • Apr 22, 2012 • Selected Work
Designed by American architect Richard Neutra in 1955, the Staller House sits on a 1.1 acre gated lot in prime Bel Air, an affluent residential community in the hills of the Westside of the city of Los Angeles, California, USA.
Restored by award winning studio Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in 2001, this 6,674 square foot modern residence features four bedrooms and seven baths, a 4,200-bottle refrigerated wine-tasting room, a guest house, two fireplaces, pool, spa, and parking for twelve.
Also referred to as the Levinsohn House because it was purchased by movie producer Gary Levinsohn in 1998, this home was listed for sale at $10.9 million in june 2011, and is now offered at $8.5 million.
Photos courtesy of Coldwell Banker
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