A Landmark Neutra Home Hits the Market for $3.3M in Los Angeles

Perched in Woodland Hills, California, the J.N. Baldwin House comes with original blueprints, a construction book, and chalk drawings by the legendary architect.
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Location: 6025 Lubao Avenue, Woodland Hills, California

Price: $3,300,000

Architect: Richard Neutra

Year Built: 1962

Footprint: 3,062 square feet (four bedrooms, three baths)

Lot Size: 0.4 acres

From the Agent: "This is the J.N. Baldwin House, by master modernist architect Richard Neutra, F.A.I.A. Here, Neutra maximizes privacy and captures panoramic treetop vistas through his signature ribbon windows, by carefully siting the residence up a long curved driveway on a private hilltop. Notable features include: a custom, Bulthaup-style kitchen with two 36-inch refrigerators, quartz counters, a large island, dual sinks, and appliances by Sub-Zero, Wolf, Miele, and Gaggenau. There is also a large swimming pool in the grassy backyard and a new bamboo deck off the living room via Neutra’s sliding glass wall. Mature lemon and orange trees surround the lot."

Dating back to 1962, the two-story home is now turnkey ready for contemporary living.

Classic Neutra details pepper the interiors—including the custom surfaces and built-ins that line the main living room.

Steps from the living room is the airy kitchen, anchored by a crisp, white central island.

In addition to housing another bedroom, the lower level also features a large family room, which can double as a gym or home office. 

New landscaping and exterior lighting surround the pool in the backyard, complete with a partially covered outdoor dining area.

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