Frank Lloyd Wright’s ‘Derby House’ in California seeks $3.3 million

A Mayan-impressed dwelling described in the listing as just one of architecture scion Lloyd Wright’s “strongest achievements” is for sale in Glendale for $3.295 million.

Dubbed the Derby Home, the 3,281-sq.-foot household constructed in 1926 is on the Glendale Sign-up of Historic Spots and Countrywide Sign-up of Historic Spots. It has 5 bedrooms, a few bogs and a two-tale residing space with a fireplace that features 8-foot-tall wrought iron gates.

A balcony operates diagonally throughout that gentle-loaded home and back links to a rooftop garden deck.

The dwelling, made to accommodate indoor-outdoor residing, sits on 1.5 acres surrounded by towering California live oak and eucalyptus trees.

Mother nature also finds its way into the overall layout. Abstract renderings of yuccas adorn the garage gates, fire grates, French doorway grills and closets.

The exterior’s pre-forged concrete blocks are encouraged by Mayan ornamentation and knitted with each other by metal rods.

Inside of, the two-story major bed room has an ensuite rest room and a floating loft. 3 window panels, separated by the initial block built by Wright, guide to the yard deck.

In the ensuite lavatory, the hand pigmented tile, tub and sink are primary to the house.

The 6-sided dining space has a fire with a decorative block hood.