clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Richard Neutra's Staller House With LOHA Renovation in Bel Air

New, 13 comments

City of Angles is Curbed's attempt to catalog Southern California's impressive stock of pedigreed modern architecture, from Neutra to Ellwood and from the pristinely preserved to the offensively tampered with. Nominations to the tipline please!

Updated 7:17 pm: Say hello to the Staller House. Originally a three-bedroom, six-bath post-and-beam designed by Richard Neutra in 1955, the Bel Air residence was significantly expanded by a former owner and renovated by its current owner, Saving Private Ryan producer Gary Levinsohn, who purchased the property in 1999. While its listing says only that it was "restored by an award-winning architect," according to Triangle Modernist Houses, Lorcan O'Herlihy was the architect behind the restoration. A member of O'Herlihy's office, LOHA, tells Curbed in an email that the firm did a renovation in 2001, but that a previous owner had made additions. Sited on a 1.1-acre gated lot, the 6,674-square-foot home now features four bedrooms, seven baths, a 4,200-bottle refrigerated wine-tasting room, a guest house, two fireplaces, pool, spa, and parking for twelve. Last sold for $3.275 million, it's now listed at $10.9 million.
· 901 BEL AIR Rd [Redfin]