Richard Neutra, Architect
The Bonnet House, 1941. Richard Neutra, Architect. At the time of construction, this series of cubes angled into the hillside lot was widely hailed by critics in 'Architectural Record' and 'Arts & Artists' magazines. The 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence - with additional studio or office, and laundry room with wet bar - is brilliantly sited to maximize Southwest views of the surrounding Hollywood Hills, and City lights below. Living-dining areas expand through international style ribbon windows, and a mobile glass wall to a flagstone view deck. An ample side yard extends from the corner windows of the master bedroom and terraces up behind the house to a flat area for outdoor living. Maintaining its original floor plan, many systems have been replaced or upgraded by the current owner, from roof to HVAC, to plumbing and electric. Upgraded fixtures and finishes are of the highest quality and style. This smart home blends the best of original and new.