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Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Storer home sale sets record
Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Storer home sale sets record

The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed John Storer Residence has sold in Hollywood Hills West. Closing at $6.8 million, it is the most expensive sale of a Wright house to date, according to transactions tracked by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. Set on about a quarter acre, the Mayan Revival-inspired house features the architect’s reinforced concrete-block construction. The textile blocks, as they are known, are patterned with geometric shapes including horizontal bands and crosses. Built in 1923 for Dr. John Storer, a surgeon from Wisconsin, the distinct property later served as an art colony of sorts. Photographer Brett Weston had a studio there while Pauline Schindler,...

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