Historic Mid-Century compound features Case Study House #20

A rare offering in the heart of Pacific Palisades features two residences on one property: a contemporary LEED Gold Certified main house, and Richard Neutra’s Case Study House #20.

Neutra, the most significant and respected architect to participate in the Case Study, designed The Bailey House with simple lines and modular interiors that seamlessly open up to the elegant grounds.

The home has been renovated and restored by Marmol Radziner.

Expertly situated above The Bailey House, the main house exudes effortless elegance, with open archways, soaring ceilings, and an emphasis on natural light.

The main house is equipped with the latest in solar and toxin-free construction.

This remarkable compound is sited on over an acre of lush manicured grounds that feature a koi pond, wine cellar, fire pit, pool, hot tub, roof top deck with views, parking for 20+ cars, and 2 entrances.

The idyllic private sanctuary offers the possibility to build an additional approximately 3,000 square foot home.

The historic property at 14800 Corona Del Mar, Pacific Palisades is offered at $20,000,000 by Jacqueline Chernov and Kristin Alexander.


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