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Lloyd Wright Homes for Sale | Following in the footsteps of his legendary father Frank Lloyd Wright, his son, architect Lloyd Wright (1890-1978) carved his own architectural path with a unique independent spirit. Spending his early years in Oak Park, Illinois and Spring Green, Wisconsin, Wright attended the university there for two years before traveling throughout Europe, as a result of his father moving to Italy.

After taking a position in 1911 for esteemed Boston landscape firm Olmsted and Olmsted, Wright transferred to San Diego later that year to oversee work for the 1915 Pan-Pacific Exposition. He made his way to Los Angeles and urged the elder Wright to come to the city. Wright supervised some of the site work for his father’s project, the Hollyhock House. Lloyd Wright would go on to design some of Los Angeles’ best-known residential works, the Sowden House (1926) in Los Feliz (also a favorite for film and television productions) and the Samuel-Novarro House (1928) in The Oaks section of Los Feliz. His work incorporated bold forms, unique materials, including oxidized copper panels and a dramatic flair for the theatrical, a skill he developed working as a set designer for Paramount Studios. Wright also used variations of his father’s concrete textile block design on facades and interior elements in the design of his houses, resulting in uncompromising pure beauty. If you are looking for a special architectural property, contact Beyond Shelter. We are happy to help you find current and off-market Lloyd Wright homes for sale.



La Canada Flintridge architectural home by Lloyd Wright

Tucked away in the picturesque landscape of the San Gabriel foothills, this La Canada Flintridge architectural home by Lloyd Wright is an architectural jewel. Designed in 1956, this Usonian-inspired home showcases Lloyd Wright’s geometric exploration at its finest, combining extensive glass panels and ribbed concrete walls with sharp rooflines and horizontal lines to create an atmosphere of balance and harmony. Step inside this iconic residence and be taken back to another time when design was driven by imagination and ingenuity.

The home’s unique hexagonal living room is the centerpiece of the space. With its floor-to-ceiling glass walls and striking asymmetric fireplace, it is a breathtaking example of modern design that celebrates natural light and openness. The carefully selected furniture pieces add an inviting warmth to the room, making this a perfect spot for entertaining or simply enjoying the tranquil garden.

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Glendale Lloyd Wright home, the Derby House

This Glendale Lloyd Wright home is a timeless masterpiece by architect Lloyd Wright, son of Frank Lloyd Wright. The epitome of modernity, the restored 1926 Derby House,showcases the architect’s vision. From the Mayan-influenced textile block construction to the abstract renderings of yucca plants found onsite and interpreted in the design of French door grilles and fireplace grates – this home integrates nature and building in a way that is impressive. With its unique design and well-maintained features, The Derby House is perfect for anyone who wants an elegant, one-of-a-kind living experience.

The dramatic double height living room with fireplace is a true focal point. The light-filled space is perfect for gatherings and relaxation and offers a balcony/library running across in a diagonal fashion. The home is not just a luxury property but also a living museum for those with a taste for history and authentic architecture from the early 1900s.

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Los Feliz Lloyd Wright house
The Samuel Novarro Residence

Los Feliz Lloyd Wright house

Los Feliz Lloyd Wright house, the Mayan inspired Samuel Novarro Residence has been meticulously renovated.

The restoration has kept Lloyd Wright’s vision intact with his signature features throughout the residence, including oxidized copper accents on the front exterior of the home.

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The Sturges Residence
by Frank Lloyd Wright in Brentwood

The Sturges Residence by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Sturges Residence, 1939 by Frank Lloyd Wright. The George Sturges House is a single-story house, designed by celebrated architect Frank Lloyd Wright and built for George D. Sturges in Brentwood Heights; It is the first time it’s been available in nearly 50 years.

The Sturges Residence | Brentwood

This home is a masterpiece of American design and has been often compared to Wright’s most famous project: The Kaufmann Residence, also known as Fallingwater.

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Brentwood Architectural Home – The Warwick Evans House
by Lloyd Wright

Brentwood Architectural Home by Lloyd Wright

Brentwood Architectural Home – The Warwick Evans House by Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. is a stunning architectural masterpiece in leading and sought-after Brentwood.

Having been fondly restored and charmingly preserved, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to finally own one of the truest gems west of the 405 freeway

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