As seen in Curbed, LA Times and more. Welcome all art collectors, end-users and developers to this published mid-century masterpiece-living art for the most discerning buyers! The Banta House is a sensational offering named after notable AIA architect Richard Banta, who designed this one-of-a-kind home in 1959 as his personal residence. Enjoy as-is or extend the overall concept by blending the mid-century aesthetic w/ expansive modern spaces. Included in the sale are approved plans for a 3,300 sq. ft. addition designed to pay homage to the original house. Plans incorporate Banta's signature pleated roof, floor-to-ceiling glass sliders, classic post-and-beam design, & iconic red stilts that remain as a statement across the 14' wall of glass on the second level. Permits have been pulled. Construction bids begin at $1.3M and are available for review. Buyer may request a Dropbox folder w/ plans, bids, renderings & more. Per City of Los Angeles, permits may be extended for up to 2 years. Listed by Julia Delorme, Sotheby's International Realty.