The 901 Bel Air Road Staller House by Richard Neutra, restored by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
Designed by American designer Richard Neutra in 1955, the Staller House sits on a 1.1 section of land gated part in prime Bel Air, a wealthy private group in the slopes of the Westside of the city of Los Angeles, California, USA.
Restored by honor winning studio Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in 2001, this 6,674 square foot cutting edge living arrangement highlights four rooms and seven showers, a 4,200-container refrigerated wine sampling room, a visitor house, two chimneys, pool, spa, and stopping for twelve.
Additionally alluded to as the Levinsohn House in light of the fact that it was obtained by motion picture maker Gary Levinsohn in 1998, this house was recorded available to be purchased at $10.9 million in june 2011, and is presently offered at $8.5 million.
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