Richard Neutra’s Impeccably Updated Wilkins House in Southern California Asks $6M
Built according to the architect’s plans for Case Study House #13, the 1949 property includes a two-bedroom guesthouse.
Architect Richard Neutra’s 1949 Wilkins House sits on an oversize flag lot in South Pasadena, California, surrounded by sprawling, park-like greenery. The 2,980-square-foot property includes a pool and a detached, 800-square-foot guesthouse restored in keeping with Neutra’s original plan, led by architect John Bertram. It’s also believed to be the realization of Neutra’s unbuilt 1947 plans for Case Study House #13, The Alpha House.
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