This Frank Lloyd Wright house for sale is ‘a work of art.’ Peek at the California home
A gorgeous estate designed by one of the world’s greatest architects has hit the real estate market in the Golden State.
A seven-bedroom, six-bathroom residence by Frank Lloyd Wright has listed in Los Banos, California, for $4.25 million.
“In imagining the ideal setting for living a full, free, and rich life, Frank Lloyd Wright strove for an architecture where: ‘We have no longer an outside and an inside as two separate things,’” the listing on Zillow.com quotes.
“‘Now the outside may come inside, and the inside may and does go outside. They are of each other. Form and function thus become one in design and execution if the nature of materials and method and purpose are all in unison.’”
The picturesque 4,041-square-foot residence was restored under Taliesin Associate architect Arthur Dyson after the owners consulted Eric Lloyd Wright, the grandson of Frank.
The estate caught the attention of Zillow Gone Wild, a Facebook page and Twitter account that features unique houses for sale, and folks were in love.
“So if I buy this house does that mean I have to stop throwing rocks?” one person joked.
“I literally think this is my favorite ZGW home!” another gushed. “I love everything FLW and this one has been so obviously well maintained and appreciated. I especially love how light-filled it is.”
“This may be my favorite FLW house ever. Very livable,” someone remarked.
“This is one of the few multi-million dollar houses that is actually worth the money. A work of art,” one person said.
“Love everything about it, but someone else will have to clean all those windows and glass doors!!” someone commented.
“An updated FLW, on 80 acres for only $4M in CA?PROFOUNDLY haunted!” another tweeted.
Los Banos is about 80 miles northeast of Monterey.
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