For major architecture buffs, snagging a Richard Neutra-design is a dream come true but leasing one is the next best thing. The iconic architect's Lew House, built in 1958, is an impressive steel-frame residence sited above the Sunset Strip. Its original footprint has been expanded and restored by Marmol Radziner to include a kitchen, living room, and a guest bedroom suite on the main floor, a master, second guest suite, and family room on the mid-level, and a guest suite with an additional kitchen on the lowest story. Floor-to-ceiling glazing immerses the interior in views of the Hollywood Hills while opening out to covered balconies and a poolside terrace. To complement the retro aesthetic, the home comes impeccably furnished with pieces from fellow mid-century legends.
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