The J.N. Baldwin House is now on the market. Built in 1962 by renowned modernist architect Richard Neutra, the home sits in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of California at the end of a long private drive. Its low profile, flat roof, and generous amounts of glazing are signature elements of its mid-century heritage, while modern updates to the kitchen, lights, and windows live harmoniously with the designer's classic details throughout the 3,000-square-foot interior. Outside, a bamboo deck off the living overlooks a large swimming pool, enhanced by new landscaping and mature lemon and orange trees.