Richard Neutra’s Koblick House was built in 1937 for art professor Harry Koblick. I saw the three-story duplex, located in the hills above Silver Lake, when it first came on the market last month. It came on with an accepted offer, but now it’s back on as an active listing. The 1,620 square foot architectural is in good condition–albeit close to original–and there are two vacant lots on either side.
The upper unit has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath and currently rents for $1,890 a month. The lower unit has 1 bedroom and 1 bath and rents for $1,080 a month. Since the rents are a bit low, this property would be ideal for a collector looking to occupy the entire residence, rather than a buyer seeking an income property.
The duplex is sited on a 6,403 square foot lot. There are built-ins, hardwood floors and lots of light through large windows.
You can read a bit about what it’s like to live in the Koblick House on OK’s blog.
If you’d like to see Richard Neutra’s Koblick House in person, email me or call me at 323-775-6305!
More info and photos of 1816 Silverwood Ter.
Listing courtesy of Joshua Myler, The Agency. Photo source Aya Muto.