A hilltop Los Angeles resort with mountain and city views went up for sale Thursday for $9.8 million.
Spread over 5.7 acres in the city center Tujunga neighborhood, the estate consists of a futuristic seven-sided glass house, a mid-century modern historic home designed by late architect Richard Neutra, and a cabin, with a total of five bedrooms and five bathrooms. baths.
The oldest structure on the property was built in 1954 by Neutra for his secretary, Donna Serulnic, according to the listing.
The original 1,350 square foot hilltop home features two bedrooms and a bathroom. The living room features a Bear Valley stone fireplace and an original sofa system fitted with a record player and hidden speakers. Neutra style recessed elements and wood textures are pronounced throughout the home.
Half a century later, architect Michael Maltzan designed a new main house – a seven-sided structure with an interior courtyard that was built in 2010, with the owner building an additional 875 square feet in 2021.
The owner, listed on the books as a trust, bought the home for $4.25 million in 2018, according to PropertyShark.
The pair of pedigreed properties are surrounded by a luscious garden and other outdoor amenities include a cinema pavilion with windscreen, a catering kitchen and a 50-foot-long swimming pool by Johnston Vidal, with a seating and dining area. cozy dining room next to this.
The newest residence has two bedrooms overlooking the inner courtyard, two bathrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, living room and indoor relaxation areas. Glass walls and large windows bring sunlight into every room. The use of wooden furniture and floors ties the design of this new structure to the original building of the compound.
The seven-sided structure’s master suite overlooks the courtyard with a colorful dining room and views of the city and mountains. The house also has a smart office space, a den and a garage.
There is also a loft-style wooden cabin with a bedroom in the enclosure, designed and built by artist Peter Staley.
The home was listed this week with Compass agents Sherri Rogers and Elisa Ritt, who were not immediately available for comment.