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Richard Neutra Designed Stone-Fisher Speculative Platform Home Hits the Market in Sherman Oaks

[Update January 22, 2014]: This home sold for $777,000 on December 6, 2013. 

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2 Bed/2 Baths on 1,600 sqft on a total lot size of 0.38 acres built in 1966 Sherman Oaks with an asking price of $899,000. There are several of these homes on this street designed by the renowned architect Richard Neutra with William Beckett and are known as the Stone-Fisher Speculative Platform houses. In addition to this home, Neutra has designed numerous homes in the SFV (as well as the world) discussed on this blog with one of his most notable being demolished in the 70's which was the Josef Von Sternberg house in Northridge. A similar one last sold on September 3, 2010 for $920,000 at 3737 Oakfield Drive which has 24 pictures in the listing.

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The listing states:
NEUTRA DESIGNED MILLION DOLLAR VIEW HOME. .. .. BEL AIRE ADJACENTThis hilltop famous architectural Neutra home with a view is a rare find in Sherman Oaks. This 2 bedroom or one and a den, 2 bath home is for the discriminating Buyer who wants to feel as if they're on top of the world. The balcony extends the length of the house. Plexiglass panes allow for unobstructed views of close to 180 degree of the Valley. Tiled floor entry leads you into an open living room and lovely dining area. The living room is accented with a charming fire place. The 2nd bed/den has access to a bathroom. The master bedroom leads to a private and serene patio garden accented by a spa. Enjoy the beauty of it all!!!

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Above images courtesy Triangle Modernist Houses
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