Neutra’s Taylor House in Glendale hits the market

As the LA Times notes, “Glendale is home to a number of architectural gems designed by some of the most celebrated architects of the last century,” including Richard Neutra’s Taylor House.

This modernist glass box sits amid a peaceful setting just above the Verdugo Mountains Open Space Preserve on over a half-acre, shaded by native California live oaks.

The living room and a fireplace
Sitting corner and an outside view

Whether he was designing units at the Strathmore Apartments or divine single-family homes like the Loring House, Neutra’s interiors connect with ease to the outdoors. The interior space opens to a living room grounded by a brick fireplace, surrounded by floor-to-ceiling sliding glass.

The kitchen room and wooden shelf
The Taylor House by Richard Neutra
Sitting place of the Taylor House by Richard Neutra

Features of this well-preserved space include open-plan living, a vintage kitchen lined with wood cabinets and a cozy breakfast area, and generous floor-to-ceiling sliding glass and jalousie windows, filling the room with tons of natural light.

The 1,477-square-foot residence at 3816 Lockerbie Ct in the Verdugo Woodlands neighborhood incorporates two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car carport. Public records indicate the original owners sold the home in 1997 for $321,500. The house is now asking $1.750 million.

Listing courtesy of Crosby Doe – Crosby Doe

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