Monumental Architectural Compound
Rare opportunity to acquire two important architectural homes in one spectacular setting. The Dorothy Serulnic Residence, 1953 by Richard Neutra, FAIA. Walls of glass with spectacular mountain and city skyline views. The public rooms are open and welcoming, with a Bear Valley stone fireplace, a classic Neutra built-in sofa and cabinet. There is built-in furniture throughout and even vanities, desk top reveals and a sliding Neutra kitchen table. Totally indoor/outdoor, this is Neutra at his best. The Maltzan Structure, by Michael Maltzan is 7-sided and a series of triangles and polygons. The rooms are discovered as one makes a circular journey of the interior. All rooms are anchored by a raised interior open courtyard which becomes the core of the architectural experience. The living room has stunning city and mountain views; there is a smart office area, a den revealed by turning a corner, master bedroom defined by triangular walls and an oversized bathroom with exceptional tile work.