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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Landmark Ennis House Sells for $18M in Los Angeles (PHOTOS)

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Landmark Ennis House Sells for $18M in Los Angeles (PHOTOS)

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Landmark Ennis House Sells for $18M in Los Angeles (PHOTOS)
October 18
11:19 2019

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Landmark Ennis House Sells for $18M in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California, United States

Whether it’s the ties to legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the historical status or the fanfare of being featured in a lengthly list of productions, the historic c.1924 Ennis House has something for everybody. Curbed has reported that the landmark home has sold for $18,000,000, making it the priciest Wright-designed home ever sold. Designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923 to resemble a Mayan temple and built for Charles and Mabel Ennis in 1924, the iconic residence is constructed of 27,000 concrete blocks and extends approximately 6,000 square feet. The property was previously on the market for $15,000,000 in 2009 before selling for $4,500,000 in 2011 to billionaire Ron Burkle who planned to continue restoring the home. Following a lengthly restoration, the Ennis House came back on the market for $23,000,000. According to Curbed LA, Burkle sunk nearly $17,000,000 into the restoration and that the house was being offered furnished. The 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom home includes gorgeous leaded glass windows, custom lighting, marble and hardwood flooring, walls of mosaic tile and absolutely stunning city views. The Ennis House is a designated city, state, and national landmark. It was on the market for $23,000,000 with Hilton & Hyland. 













 

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