By Jennifer Tzeses 

Built in 1950 by architect Richard Neutra, a pioneer in the early modernist movement, Hees House demonstrates quintessential midcentury-modern design. Located on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the home is positioned on an axis that parallels the coast, affording one continuous ocean view. It’s steps from the beach and 15 minutes from Santa Monica and Malibu.

The property demonstrates hallmark features of Neutra designs, including the open floor plan, glass walls that slide open to access the terrace, and a stone hearth that separates the living and dining rooms. The single-story layout also comprises a kitchen; two guest bedrooms; and the master suite, with its private terrace. The guesthouse has two more bedrooms as well as a living room and kitchenette.

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