High on a bluff in Pacific Palisades is a narrow, hedged lane off of Chautauqua Boulevard that contains some of the most radical and important 20th Century residential architecture in the country– a cluster of Case Study House projects, instigated in the late ’40s by Art + Architecture Magazine’s John Entenza and designed by Richard Neutra, Eero Saarinen (with Charles Eames) and Rodney Walker, culminating in Ray and Charles Eames’ own residence in a grove of eucalyptus.

The 3-bed, 2.5-bath Rodney Walker Case Study House #18– Also known as the West House after the original owners and with spectacular views of Santa Monica and the Pacific Ocean– is for rent for $20,000 a month.

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