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Richard Neutra on the Market for the First Time in Palos Verdes

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Here's a chance to be the second-ever owner of a mid-century modern house designed by Richard Neutra, commissioned for the Kilbury family and built in Palos Verdes Estates in 1958. (The real estate agent tells Curbed that the family also interviewed Frank Lloyd Wright for the project, but that Wright's fees were "too high.") The two-story house was photographed by famed architectural photographer Julius Shulman, who captured the expansive views that the listing describes as "exploding from the home," but which we might just call covetable. The original cabinetry, fireplace, vast windows, and light wood remain in the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom house, preserving the mid-century charm in this "small masterpiece that Neutra considered ... one of his finest works." Asking price is $2.149 million and there's already an offer in after just a few days on the market.

· 920 Via Nogales, Palos Verdes Estates, CA [Redfin]