Freeman House, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece in Hollywood is Now For Sale

By Di Micol Passariello “Frank Lloyd Wright was the greatest American architect of all time,” said a 1991 survey by the American Institute of Architects. The brilliant and controversial architect for seventy years has designed iconic buildings, from the legendary Pennsylvania Waterfall House of 1937, to the 1952 Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, or the… Keep reading

The Frank Lloyd Wright–Designed Freeman House in L.A. Is Listed for $4.25 Million

By Rachel Davies After over 30 years of being in the ownership of the University of Southern California, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Freeman house is up for sale. Built nearly a century ago between 1923 and 1925, the two bedroom, one bathroom home that historian Kathryn Smith describes as “one of Wright’s 20 most important houses”… Keep reading

This Iconic Frank Lloyd Wright House in the Hollywood Hills Just Hit the Market — for $4.25 Million

By Dobrina Zhekova In the early 1920s, Samuel and Harriet Freeman, a couple who had successfully invested in a jewelry business in Downtown Los Angeles, commissioned famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright to build a home within the steep Hollywood Hills. The property, a modest by Hollywood standards two-bedroom, one-bathroom house, would become an important cultural… Keep reading

Frank Lloyd Wright Gem in the Hollywood Hills Lists for $4.2 Million

By Geoffrey Montes One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most influential Los Angeles projects, the show-stopping Freeman House, has hit the market for $4.25 million with boutique brokerage firm Deasy Penner Podley. Sheathed in more than 12,000 cast-concrete blocks adorned with Mayan-esque motifs, the Hollywood Hills residence was conceived in 1925 following the construction of the… Keep reading

Frank Llloyd Wright’s Freeman House

Completed in 1925, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Freeman House is widely considered of his most important designs. It’s situated in the Hollywood Hills with sweeping views of the Los Angeles and the LA Basin and is constructed from 12,000 textured concrete blocks. The textile design is exposed on both the exterior and the interior and is… Keep reading