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Midcentury home by Richard Neutra hits the market—in Germany

It was built in 1964

Exterior shot of two story home with flat roof and sleek lines.
This 1964 home is located in a settlement in Walldorf, Germany.
Photos via Engel & Völkers

Richard Neutra, the Austrian-American architect known for his modernist buildings, most of them in Southern California, spent his last years in Europe, where he designed eight villas and two residential developments in Germany, France, and Switzerland.

One of these settlements is located in Walldorf, Germany, where a Neutra-designed bungalow has come on the market. Though the four-bedroom has most likely been renovated since its 1964 construction, it still embodies the modernist spirit of the era. Featuring long, horizontal lines and plenty of windows, the 3,000-square-foot home boasts an open floor plan in the living room, which connects directly to the outdoors.

Other amenities include an indoor swimming pool, sauna, cellar, and garden. Located in the town of Mörfelden-Walldorf in the Frankfurt Rhein-Main Region close to the airport, it’s available through Engel & Völkers and is asking €1,490,000, or approximately $1,579,000.

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