Richard Neutra Designed Masterpiece in Beverly Hills

Kronish House, a mid-century modern structure designed by Richard Neutra, is on the market for the first time in 30 years. Listed for $13.995 million, the single-story property is considered one of the largest Richard Neutra designed abodes in Southern California and was once featured in Architectural Digest. Here's your chance to scoop up this Beverly Hills gem before another 30 years pass by. View the listing.

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Kronish House, a mid-century modern structure designed by Richard Neutra, is on the market for the first time in 30 years. Listed for $13.995 million, the single-story property is considered one of the largest Richard Neutra designed abodes in Southern California and was once featured in <I>Architectural Digest</i>. Here's your chance to scoop up this Beverly Hills gem before another 30 years pass by. <a href="http://www.redfin.com/CA/Beverly-Hills/9439-Sunset-Blvd-90210/home/6822727" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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The late architect Richard Neutra designed his structures with a modern sensibility. He was famous for meticulously and thoughtfully taking into account his clients' visions.
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The stunning 6,891 square foot home features six bedrooms, 5.5 baths, a 250-foot tree-lined driveway, and a very secluded, park-like property.
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The single-story residence includes a six car garage and is completely set back and secluded from Sunset Boulevard.
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Kronish House is surrounded by mature trees and foliage, which is a perfect landscape for those seeking a bit of seclusion and quietude in the bustling city.
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In 1949, <I>Time</i> magazine featured Richard Neutra on the cover and proclaimed him to be the second most influential American architect, behind Frank Lloyd Wright.
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