USC Is Selling a Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Home for $4.25 Million

By Mary Elizabeth Andriotis A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Los Angeles is on the market for $4.25 million, and its seller is none other than the University of Southern California, which acquired the property in 1986 after the original homeowners donated it to the School of Architecture at USC. Located at 1962 Glencoe Way,… Keep reading

‘The Master’ Joins Fire Sale

By Dan Smith Often when an historic building changes hands, the prospect of careless stewardship and inauthentic changes worries both casual and avid preservationists. In the case of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Freeman House, which hit the Los Angeles home market this month, those same folks may be relieved that the premier school of mid-century modern… Keep reading

A Newly Listed $4.25 Million Los Angeles Home Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright ‘Is Not for the Faint of Heart’

By V.L. Hendrickson The University of Southern California is selling a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Los Angeles home, one of four in the city using concrete blocks, for $4.25 million. The Samuel and Harriet Freeman House in the Hollywood Hills was constructed with more than 12,000 cast concrete blocks used both inside and out, and features… Keep reading

Razor-sharp midcentury modern asks $1.25M in Valley Village

By Pauline O’Connor In a neighborhood dominated by 1920s Spanish bungalows and 1930s traditional ranches, this early midcentury modern in Valley Village really stands out. Located three blocks west of Laurel Canyon Boulevard at 12360 La Maida Street, the redwood-sided residence calls to mind the work of Gregory Ain. In actuality, it was designed and built in 1948… Keep reading

In Laurel Canyon, Atomic Age modern with wild history lists for $4.5M

By Pauline O’Connor You can find a property with an interesting history on the market in Los Angeles pretty much any day of the week, but very few are as fascinating as that of Laurel Canyon’s Wohlstetter House. The International Modern-style home was designed by architect Josef Van der Kar in 1953. The son of… Keep reading