Via Curbed LA: For fans of famous architect Wallace Neff now is the chance to own one of his designs. Built in 1968, this Brentwood home is on the market for the first time and offers a very private setting in Mandeville Canyon. According to the official listing Wallace Neff’s “California Style” architecture became very popular in the early to mid 1900s and has always been in demand by the elite, the rich, and the famous. Some examples of Wallace Neff architecture include the Gilette Mansion, the Gates Residence, Libby Ranch, and the Pickfair Estate.
This very spacious 7 bedroom, 6 bath abode exudes Neff’s ‘California Cool’ with an outdoor deck to enjoy amazing views, and a pool area with a sun deck to soak up some rays. The home boasts its own private access road leading up to the 2.1-acre-lot, ample parking and a 3-car-garage.
Photos by PostRain, courtesy of the official listing with Steven Moritz of Sotheby’s International Realty.