The modernist architect Richard Neutra designed creative, sleek dwellings with outstanding attention today. Today we get a look at one example, the J.N. Baldwin House. This beautiful dwelling was built in 1962 and recently hit the market, offering someone a classic design with plenty of living space and unique features. The home is located in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of California.
Situated at the end of a long private drive, the home’s low profile, flat roof, and glazing are signature elements of mid-century design. Modern updates are found in the kitchen, while new lights and windows blend seamlessly with the classic elements. The 3,000-square-foot interior opens to a bamboo deck near the living area, overlooking a large swimming pool. The landscaping has been updated, while mature lemon and orange trees dot the property. The home is currently up for grabs, so place your bid.
Take a closer look at the J.N. Baldwin House in the images below and head over to Sotheby’s to find out more about the home. While you’re at it, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding architecture and real estate coming very soon.
Photos via Sotheby’s