A 1960s L.A. Home Designed by Protégés of Richard Neutra Asks $2.4M

A 1960s L.A. Home Designed by Protégés of Richard Neutra Asks $2.4M

By Kathryn M.
Architects Bob Mack and Phil Ransom originally conceived the hillside home in Beverly Glen.

A Los Angeles residence designed by students of Richard Neutra is now up for sale after a renovation. Originally completed in 1961 by architects Bob Mack and Phil Ransom, the home is sited along a private perch in the canyon just beneath Beverly Glen Park. The location provides the property with south-facing outdoor areas and choice views of the surrounding scenery.

The two-story home sits high on a hill at the end of a quiet street in the Beverly Glen neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook canyon views, and sliding glass doors connect to the wraparound patio.

The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home offers nearly 2,900 square feet of interior space spread out across two levels. The bottom floor features an open living and dining area flanked by a galley-style kitchen that overlooks a swimming pool alongside the home.

Upstairs, the large principal suite comes with a private balcony and an adjoining space for exercising or working. A private suite positioned over the garage provides additional space for guests or a quiet home office.

The open-concept living and dining area features mirrored walls and wood cladding.

The dining area comes with a corner window seat enclosed in butt-jointed glass.

A bay window surrounds the kitchen sink, providing additional counter space in the galley-style room.

The home’s outdoor areas include a pool, a spa, an expansive shaded patio, and a fire pit, and the secluded site is just minutes away from Sunset Boulevard and Mulholland Drive. Keep scrolling to see more of the property, currently listed for $2,399,000.

Upstairs, the principal bedroom offers a private balcony, as well as an adjacent bonus area that is currently set up as a home gym.

The en suite office/workout area features a built-in workspace and shelving.

Views from the bedroom balcony look southeast toward Bel Air.

One of the home’s three full bathrooms features double vanities and a skylit shower.

Another of the bedrooms comes with access to a private outdoor space.

The sparkling pool and spa are tucked alongside the home, maximizing privacy on the hilltop lot.

Around the corner, a partially shaded patio provides far-reaching views of the surrounding neighborhoods and canyons.

10225 Scenario Lane in Los Angeles, California, is currently listed for $2,399,000 by Layla Bodet of Sotheby’s International Realty.

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