Coming off a two-year restoration, the Neutra J.M. Roberts House is looking as fresh as its 1955 debut. The southern California residence retains its signature Richard Neutra features — Texas Shellstone entrance, built-in planters, and double-sided fireplace — while receiving some upgrades to the heating and cooling systems. Internally, the home is comprised of four bedrooms and three baths and is filled with midcentury modern touches, including cork tile, original terrazzo flooring, birch paneling, original fixtures, and stainless steel firewood boxes. Situated on 3.5 acres, a kidney-shaped pool and koi pond are surrounded by rows of eucalyptus, pine, and oak trees, and backed by views of the San Gabriel Mountains.