The Singleton House

The Singleton House, also known as the Singleton Residence, is a modernist residence located in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, United States. It was designed by the Austrian-born American architect Richard Neutra in 1948. The house is considered an important example of Neutra’s work and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Singleton House is a one-story dwelling with a flat roof and a simple rectangular plan. It is set on a hillside and is oriented to take advantage of the views of the surrounding landscape. The house is built of concrete and glass, with large sliding glass doors that open onto a patio and a swimming pool. The interior of the house is open and spacious, with a fireplace and a central courtyard. The house is surrounded by a landscaped garden and has a carport.

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