This rare early example of modernist architect Richard Neutra is on the market for the first time ever. Commissioned in 1936 by local writer David Malcolmson and widely published, this unique studio was custom-built, perched on top of the serene terraced gardens below. It’s curved wall of windows brightly showcase the vibrant canyon and flood the space with a timeless je ne sais quoi. This inspirational space has been restored with love, and every curve and angle showcases the pedigree of this coastal sanctuary. “The Canyon” has been known as the western Greenwich Village, maintaining it’s Bohemianism and unpretentious artiness. This peerless pied-à-terre will be perfect as an impressive personal guesthouse, inspirational studio space, or inviting getaway for snowbirds in the fresh canyon air just moments from the beach via a secreted series of stairs interconnecting the neighborhood streets to the beach. Experience living life in a historical piece of art, in one of the most desirable locations in the country.
Address: 491 Mesa Road Santa Monica, CA 90402
Contact: James Respondek, DRE#713972 | Antonia Mollica, DRE#1985014
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