Television Producer Ryan Murphy Offering Neutra Gem in L.A. for $33.9M

Television Producer Ryan Murphy Offering Neutra Gem in L.A. for $33.9M

Published: May 25, 2024 | By: American Luxury Staff

Perched above the Bel-Air Country Club rests Richard Neutra’s midcentury architectural gem, the Brown House. This Los Angeles estate, crafted in 1955 by the legendary Austrian-American modernist, has hit the market for $33.9 million after a meticulous restoration by television producer Ryan Murphy.

Neutra’s visionary design comes to life in the home’s floor-to-ceiling glass walls that perfectly frame the sweeping 180-degree views. Inside, Murphy’s restoration honors Neutra’s original details—restored cabinetry and terrazzo floors complement the airy, open spaces. Lacquered walls in the primary suite and a palatial living room nod to refined midcentury aesthetics.

The home offers six bedrooms, two kitchens equipped for culinary excellence, and spa-like bathrooms across its two levels. Lush gardens encircle the house, creating a serene oasis in the heart of Bel Air. This rare property presents a chance to own an architectural icon in one of Los Angeles’ most exclusive enclaves.

As Murphy passes the torch, the Brown House awaits a new caretaker to preserve its legacy. This home embodies California living at its finest—a seamless blend of indoor and outdoor spaces basked in airy natural light. For the collector of architectural gems, it is a crown jewel poised to suit modern tastes while honoring Neutra’s visionary design.

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