Designed by modernist icon Richard Neutra, the Loring House is a rare opportunity to own a piece of architectural history. The boxcar-style home is situated in the Hollywood Hills with views of the Sylvan Canyon. Built in 1958, it features classic mid-century elements, such as a spider leg column facade, a flat roof with generous overhangs, and sliding glass doors that enhance indoor/outdoor flow. The interior offers a spacious living area anchored by a fireplace with direct access to a private bamboo garden and pool. There are also three bedrooms, including a primary suite added by Escher GuneWardena using the original plans. The .65-acre property also hosts a guest house with two bedrooms and a two-story studio completed by Steven Ehrlich.
Photos: Steve Frankel
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