This rare absolutely iconic 1921 Lloyd Wright designed Prairie Style home is located in a Los Angeles historic preservation district. Sited on a deep lot the residence has attained Historic Cultural Monument status by the city, & enjoys Mills Act status which reduces property taxes. Retaining unspoiled original vintage character the light-filled home offers intact features including distinctive art glass banded windows, matching art glass in built-ins in the living, and dining room, narrow plank hardwood floors, fireplace, center chimney, low slung roof, built-ins in dining living room, & first floor bathroom.

Bathrooms feature vintage subway tile floors. Original unpainted wood features throughout offering (now extinct) Juana Costa in dining room oak & beech wood floors, & cedar wood wall bands. Original garage converted to in-law suite. Updates include copper plumbing, electrical panel, eq retrofitting tankless w/h, & electric vehicle charging station.


Michael Dronge