Available for lease. The Bonnet House, 1941. Richard Neutra, Architect. At the time of construction, this series of cubes angled into the hillside lot was widely hailed by critics in 'Architectural Record' and 'Arts & Artists' magazines. The 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom landmarked residence is fully furnished with the owners' vintage collection, and is equipped with smart house technology inside and out. Living-dining areas expand through international style ribbon windows, and a mobile glass wall to a flagstone view deck. The side yard extends from the corner windows of the master bedroom and terraces up to a flat area for outdoor living. Furnished with Gio Ponti, Knoll, Dunbar, Maison Jansen, Paul McCobb, Milo Baughman, Cesare Lacca, Vittorio Dassi, Salterini, Jean Royere, Gerald Thurston and Stilnuovo lighting, Ward Bennet mohair sofas, and Luciano Frigerio queen brass beds with organic handmade mattresses. Lower level bonus/media room with original Neutra bathroom.