Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House

For almost two years now, we’ve been eagerly awaiting the return of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House to the public domain. After a costly renovation, due to extensive damage from the Northridge Quake and rain, the Ennis House Foundation was said to be working on a plan that allowed public access to the house, a la the Hollyhock House. (Meanwhile, repairs on FLW’s USC-owned Freeman House lingers on). One rumor pointed to anti-Ennis NIMBYs who feared opening the house to the public would increase traffic, and who lobbied for the sale of the house to a private owner. Well rejoice, crotchety neighbors. The house has hit the market for $15 million.

For more on the Ennis House visit: LA.Curbed.com