Los Angeles, CA
201 Bentley Circle
This Mid-Century architectural jewel is one of the crowning achievements in the illustrious career of of architect Richard Neutra, considered by many to be the father of Modernism. Built in 1954, Hammerman House is one of the few homes Neutra created on this scale on LA’s ultra prestigious Westside. Sited behind a private gate and up a long drive on over half an acre, the home enjoys expansive westward views all the way to the ocean. A noted Neutra scholar and architect has updated and expanded the residence in keeping with the architect’s original plans. Bathed in natural light from walls of glass on both sides, the kitchen and living room open to a large pool. The master suite, graced by head-on views, captures Neutra’s original vision, with a generous walk-in island closet and a terrazzo bath with sunken tub, steam shower and dual vanity. The home has been outfitted with the Crestron Home Automation system throughout. Maid's quarters and ample private parking complete this masterpiece of modernism.