Milton Goldman House

A Modernist retreat in the trees

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Above: Located in Encino, California the Milton Goldman house designed by architect Richard Neutra in 1951. Photo: LA Times

Located in Encino, California The Milton Goldman house designed by architect Richard Neutra in 1951. Quintessentially Neutra with the use of large, floor to ceiling glass windows that blur the lines between interior and exterior spaces. It was most recently the home of noted TV writer Steven Bochco.

Via la/curbed.com

TV producer/writer/creator Steven Bochco gave the world hard-hitting dramas like NYPD Blue, LA Law, and Doogie Houser MD, and now he’s giving us all another gift: a chance to own (or at least look at) this “painstakingly” restored 1951 house by Richard Neutra. Bochco purchased the Milton Goldman Residence in 2006; there’s no mention in the listing of the cost of the restorations, but these things aren’t cheap and this one used “the finest materials.” It was all worth it, though—the five-bedroom, five-bathroom house has a treehouse-like quality, surrounded by mature trees and a huge rear lawn, with light-filled interiors featuring walls of glass and beamed ceilings.

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Floor plan of the Milton Goldman house, located in Encino, California and designed by architect Richard Neutra in 1951. Photo: LA Times

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