The Richard Neutra Loring House is about as good as it gets. Built in 1958, this boxcar-style mid-century modern is an ultra-stylish Hollywood Hills oasis. Set in lush tropical landscaping with a grassy lawn and spectacular views it is a pristine example of Neutra’s work. This architectural home was originally designed for dancer and choreographer Eugene Loring.
The light-filled interior space offers floor-to-ceiling glass and sliding panels, welcoming in the day. Neutra’s structural element, a skeleton of light steel, allow for open plan living and linkage with the landscape.