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One of Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpieces is on the market. La Miniatura is the first residence to utilize Wright's textile block building system. As Curbed reported last year, the home was bought in 2000 for $1.3 million and underwent a massive renovation that may have cost as much as the purchase price. The listing calls it one of the most romantic, and creative living spaces anywhere and it certainly does offer the experience of living in a work of art. The unique textile blocks give the home an almost temple-like feel. It sits on nearly an acre of gardens in Pasadena, California. The residence and separate studio include four bedrooms, two kitchens, a living room and formal dining room. As you might expect, the Millard House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is listed at $7.733 million.
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Gallery: La Miniatura