CURBED's Lauren Ro reports that a 1964 home designed by midcentury icon Richard Neutra has just hit the market in Walldorf, Germany for $1,579,000.

The four-bedroom bungalow embodies the modernist spirit of the era, featuring long, horizontal lines and several windows. Other amenities in the 3,000 square foot home include an indoor swimming pool, sauna, cellar, and garden.

Located in the town of Mörfelden-Walldorf in the Frankfurt Rhein-Main Region close to the airport, it’s available through Engel & Völkers and is asking €1,490,000, or approximately $1,579,000.

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