Richard Neutra’s Bailey Case Study House #20 is the timeless centerpiece of the Sam Simon Estate, among the most important properties to come on the market in years. The Simon Estate is comprised of the Bailey House - Case Study House #20 (by Richard Neutra, the most significant of the Mid-Century Modernists) and a 7,124 SF, LEED Certified Gold 4-bedroom contemporary “main house,” both thoughtfully sited on spectacular, park-like grounds. Only 34 houses were designed as part of the Case Study House program; 24 were actually constructed, 21 remain standing, only one designed by Neutra was built. Simon engaged master architects and restoration artists Marmol Radziner to preserve and renovate the Bailey to achieve a Santa Monica Conservancy Renovation Award. The main house, commissioned by Simon and constructed in 2010, represents the forefront of sustainable living today. With its energy conservation technology and use of sustainable and recycled, toxin free materials, it is expertly crafted with the utmost of precision. The high volume living room is the focus of a design that is made for entertaining and open floor plan enjoyment. A spectacular theater/bar/game room connects to a stone deck with a cascading infinity-edge pool, beautiful views of the Bailey House and the magnificent, private grounds.