The Shaarman house by Richard Neutra just hit the market. Built in 1951 in Hollywood Hills California. I love that it is tucked away above Mulholland in a quiet cul-de-sac. Gated, set back and hidden from the street. It is like your own little mid century modern hide-away. I have always felt that Richard Neutra was one of my favorite architects from that area and overtime I see one of his works that feeling is measured. The open concept with walls of glass mixed with that one of kind view make this house a prime representation of mid century architecture. The fireplace is a great focal point of the main level, I would fire that thing up every opportunity I had. Listed at 8 million, one can only dream.