When architect Rudolph Schindler's 1925 How House first went on the market in September 2008, it was listed at an...optimistic?...$4.995 million. The four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath house had undergone an extensive renovation and is registered under the Mills Act. The listing assures us the "artistic palette of redwood, concrete & glass must be experienced to be understood." And there's a architectural bonus - Richard Neutra designed the garden. The house also includes a restored office, a dining room with a fireplace, and a eat-in kitchen with a deck. It also has a new price, chopping a cool million off the previous listing. New asking price: $3.995 million. Take the whole tour here.
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