At 7,000 square feet, the Kronish House in Beverly Hills is large for Southern California Neutras.
(Marc Angeles / Unlimited Style Photography)
The Richard Neutra
-designed Kronish house in Beverly Hills has come on the market for the first time in more than 30 years at $13,995,000.
Named for its original owner, Herbert Kronish, and built in 1954, the one-story house sits at the end of a 250-foot-long driveway on a 2-acre, flag-shaped lot with mature trees and a swimming pool. With 6,891 square feet of living space, six bedrooms and 51/2 bathrooms, the contemporary home is the Modernist architect's largest in Southern California, according to his son, Dion Neutra. Walls of glass open to a terrace that steps down to the pool.
Neutra, considered one of the most influential Midcentury architects, died in 1970 at 78.
Susan Smith of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills, is the listing agent.
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