This La Crescenta ‘Unicorn of a Home’ Seeks $2.9 Million
A modern La Crescenta home by architect Eric Lloyd Wright, Frank Lloyd Wright’s grandson, has come on the market for $2.895 million.
Wright designed the five-bedroom, 4,554-square-foot Wystrach-Adams Residence to reflect the curves of the surrounding hills and streets as envisioned by the original owner.
According to listing agent Ben Kahle of DPP Real Estate, formerly known as Deasy Penner Podley, the home’s namesake “wanted it to feel like the environment was blending with the interior.”
The house opens on a sweeping entry hall comprised of curving aggregate concrete, copper-accented balustrades and slanted skylights. Natural light streams through a continuous wall of glass doors, setting aglow the large living area, den and dining room with built-ins.
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