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 in the midst of a peaceful setting just above the Verdugo Mountains Open Space Preserve on over a half-acre, shaded by native California live oaks.
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. Here, the interior space opens to a living room grounded by a brick fireplace, surrounded by floor-to-ceiling sliding glass.
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-celing sliding glass and jalousie windows, filingl the space with tons of natural light.
The 1,477-square-foot residence located at 3816 Lockerbie Ct in the Verdugo Woodlands neighborhood, incorporates two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two car carport. Public records indicates the original owners sold the home in 1997 for $321,500. The home is now asking $1.750 million.
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