Over the years, the iconic hairdresser Vidal Sassoon has owned quite a few high-class modern houses. In fact just earlier this year, Sassoon told Architectural Digest, “Architects have always been my heroes” and he certainly meant that a 100%, especially after spending many years renovating his Singleton House designed by Richard Neutra. Unfortunately, a few weks after closing, the roof partially collapsed. In 2007 the Sassoons put the luxury home on the market with an asking price of $19.955 million, but never sold. Sadly, this past spring Vidal died and the house has since been put back up for sale with an asking price of $17.995 million. The Singleton House was built in 1959 and includes more than five acres of land. This lovely home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and a pool, making the Singleton a must-see.
Vidal Sassoon’s Richard Neutra-designed Home in Beverly Hills - Asking Price of $17.995M | Haute Living