A two-bedroom, three-bathroom unit in the condominium complex that An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles describes as a “suitable neighbor for the Neutras” has come up for sale.
The geometric Silverview Condominiums, built in 1983, sit on a steep street above the Silver Lake Reservoir, about a half-mile from the colony of houses designed by modernist master Richard Neutra. The lake and more distant mountains are visible from the double-height living room, as well as from the kitchen and balcony, while the bedrooms look out to the complex’s neatly landscaped pool area.
Per the listing, the entire unit, which comes in at 1,597 square feet, is freshly remodeled with an “elegantly minimalist” aesthetic. Noteworthy features include a handsome spiral staircase, clerestory windows, and a “loft-like” media room on the mezzanine that could be converted to a third bedroom.
Last sold in 2011 for $615,000, apartment 206 at 2330 Duane Street is now listed for $1.05 million. HOA dues are set at $425 per month.