Originally built in 1958 by celebrated modernist architect, Richard Neutra, The Loring House is a captivating compound in the Hollywood Hills; soaking in panoramic views of the canyons. This showpiece property is a part of California's rich architectural legacy, with rooms forming the modular midcentury layout famously recognized throughout the Neutra collection. Design duo, Escher GuneWardena, extended the grounds with a glass-paned master suite and bath. The living room features a built-in fireplace and oversized glass windows, allowing the scenery to spill over from the private patio and cinematic pool deck. Natural light bathes the kitchen and dining area, and extends onward to a detached guesthouse, designed by Steven Ehrlich, FAIA. Complete with a kitchen, lofted quarters and ample studio space, the suite flaunts stunning views through greenhouse style windows. Just minutes from Sunset Blvd, The Loring House pairs couture design and practical comfort for ultimate experience in luxury living.