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Neutra’s Staller House In Bel Air

901 Bel Air Road
Los Angeles, CA 90077

4 BR, 7 BA
$10,900,000

The Staller House, designed by Richard Neutra in 1955, is sited on a gated and private estate in prime Bel Air.

The 6,674 square foot residence was respectfully restored by award winning architect Lorcan O’Herlihy in 2001 and features 4 bedrooms and 7 baths including a spacious master suite and his & hers baths.

There is a 4,200 bottle refrigerated wine tasting room, ample storage space, spectacular city and ocean views, and a gorgeous pool on over an acre lot.

This is a classic Neutra in grand scale with walls of glass capturing the surrounding mature landscape, natural setting, and views.

The home was published in Taschen’s Neutra, Complete Works.

The residence is sometimes referred to as the Levinsohn House because it was purchased by movie producer Gary Levinsohn in 1998.

This is a rare listing. Architecturally significant home of this size in an exclusive Bel Air location don’t come on the market every day. If you’d like to see it in person, email me or call me at 323-775-6305!

More information and photos of 901 Bel Air Rd.

Listing courtesy of Ginger Glass and John Williams, Coldwell Banker-Beverly Hills North.

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One Response to “Neutra’s Staller House In Bel Air”

  1. Pamela vandervelde says:

    I grew up in this house until 1985, when my father sold it. I’m so glad the pool was reopened. It’s such a gorgeous house.


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