This Brentwood showpiece by the great modernist architect Richard Neutra came on the market early last year for the first time in more than twenty years and it sold in August for $6.4 million. But now here it is again. Back on the market so soon? What gives? The 3,443-square-foot "Trophy Architectural," built in 1942 for radio personality John Nesbitt, has three bedrooms, five bathrooms, a two-bedroom guesthouse, and a pool on .57 acres. It's been "[s]ensivitely updated and expanded by designer Barbara Barry and Architect David Serrurier," but there are also plans to add two more bedrooms (the house is already 3,443 square feet). The half-acre lot is surrounded by privacy-affording trees to balance out all those floor-to-ceiling glass walls and windows. The asking price is $7.195 million.