The name Vidal Sassoon is legendary within the beauty industry, but the late hair entrepreneur also harbored a lesser-known passion: architecture. The Singleton House, designed by Richard Neutra in 1959, is one of the country's most celebrated modern homes and one of Vidal's most prized pieces of real estate.
Hitting the market at $17.9 million, the 6,400-square-foot estate sits atop a five-acre knoll with 360-degree views in Los Angeles' ritzy Bel Air hood. Aside from the meticulous restoration to the home's interiors, the beautifully landscaped grounds include open courtyards, a pool, a spa, and gardens. Keep reading to tour this iconic home that offers something for home buyers and history buffs alike.