October 10, 2010
Via Curbed LA: This 1956 Richard Neutra home in Pacific Palisades has just hit the market for $4.45 million. The original owners sold the home in 2005 to architect Charles Scott Hughes, who then renovated and expanded the home to 3,000 square feet and added a pool. After the renovations, Japanese popstar Hikaru Utada was among one of the owners of the Troxell home. The post-and-beam property has four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and views of the ocean, city, and mountains.
Huffington Post | Anna Almendrala First Posted: 10-20-10 06:57 PM | Updated: 10-21-10 11:27 AM