List price: $4,500,000
Address: 2622 Glendower Ave., Los Feliz
2262 Square feet - 2 bedrooms, 3 baths
Cost per foot: $1989
Seller: Mark Seliger, Iconic Portrait Photographer
Richard Neutra's Alpha Wirin House, 1949. Mid-century modern architecture, recognized as one of Neutra's finer commissions. Meticulously restored by California modernist architect Mark Haddawy who specializes in historic preservation, to maintain Neutra's original vision. Occupying two levels on a ¾-acre hillside lot, The Wirin house features walls of glass that overlook the city and is set on private professionally landscaped grounds, with a sunny swimmers pool, spa, lush vegetation and spectacular views.
Home features include ceilings lined with rich, tongue-in-groove planks of wood, Neutra’s ever-present built-in seating, and balconies that overlook the lushly landscaped yard and swimming pool. The home has great indoor-outdoor flow and plenty of space for entertaining.
Right across the street from the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Ennis-Brown House, this is the second Neutra home to hit the eastside market in a week.