In the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles come to the market for $ 23 million; after the last sale in 2011 for almost $ 4.5 million. The current owner made a $ 17 million refund after the home deteriorated over the years and suffered damage in the 1994 earthquake. The home has all the signature design motifs that would appeal to any Frank Lloyd Wright fan as well as several Tetris enthusiasts. Fans of the movie Blade Runner can recognize the exterior as one of the buildings used in the film.
The dining room is a classic design of this famous architect with built-in furniture, so it seems to be part of the home. Huge windows with prairie style; motives & nbsp; are part of many of Wright’s designs.
Another dining room designed to accommodate a large group of people has the same principles in the smaller dining room and scales them to fit in the proportions of the room. High-quality chairs are one of the ways in which Wright has created “rooms in the room” so that people sitting at the table feel like in less, more intimate space. Fortunately, this house comes with furniture, so the new owner should not try to recreate the same score from scratch.
Textile blocks were used for a large part of the large double-height living room, but the fishbone came to play in the concave part of the wall to distinguish space from the rest of the room. It provides a mild way of putting a frame around works of art.
Nestled in the hills of Los Feliz, this is not the most expensive home for sale in the neighborhood. The $ 26 million seller is selling on the same street and almost every other home for sale in Los Feliz wants more than a million.
The Ennis House also includes a 1-bedroom guesthouse over the garage and is located on 2607 Glendower Avenue, Los Angeles.