PriceChopper: Neutra's Singleton Residence in Bel Air

Another day, another Neutra on the market.

The Richard Neutra-designed Singleton home in Bel Air originally came on the market in 2007, listed by Sotheby's at either $25 million or $19.95 million (it's a bit of a mystery).

The 1959 home is owned by Vidal Sassoon, who took it off the market in October 2008.

Now Kurt Rappaport at Westside Estate Agency has the listing: The home is back on the market at $14.955 million. And more about the home via the older listing: "This is one of the most famous architectural sites in America, comprising five plus acres on top of Bel Air, with exceptional views. Neutra designed this residence to sit in perfect harmony with nature. Renovated and expanded with respect, integrity and no expense spared. A new master bedroom wing has been seamlessly added, the kitchen expanded, and a gallery now blends the approach to the earlier Neutra addition into the overall floorplan with élan.”

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