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Hollywood Hills West Neutra keeps its place in the timeline

Hollywood Hills West Neutra keeps its place in the timeline
Walls of glass look out onto the swimming pool at the rear of the house. (Matthew Momberger and Michael McNamara)

Stepping into this well-preserved Richard Neutra-designed home in Hollywood Hills West is like stepping back into 1951. The style that would become known as Midcentury Modern was cutting edge, Harry S. Truman served as President and the Patti Page hit "Tennessee Waltz" captured the airwaves. A one-bedroom guesthouse sits on the opposite side of the property.

Address: 7850 Torreyson Drive, Los Angeles 90046

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Price: $8 million

Built: 1951

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Lot size: 41,113 square feet

House size: 3,378 square feet, four bedrooms, four bathrooms

Features: Entry garden reflecting pool, den/office, breakfast area, stacked stone fireplace, walls of glass, wood floors and ceilings, built-ins, gated, flat lawn, city and mountain views

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90046 ZIP Code in January was $1.293 million based on 27 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 22.8% decrease compared with the same month the previous year.

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Agents: Brett Lawyer, (310) 858-5402, Hilton & Hyland, and Aaron Kirman, (424) 249-7162, John Aaroe Group

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