By Philip Ferrato

We’re so used to those polished, evocatively staged images in real estate listings, it’s refreshing that the listing for Frank Lloyd Wright’s historic Freeman House deploys instead a selection of atmospheric vintage images from 1972.

Brought to market by pioneering architecture specialist broker Mike Deasy, CEO and co-founder of Deasy Penner Podley, the Samuel and Harriet Freeman House is one of Wright’s projects from his brief sojourn in Los Angeles and one of his three “textile block” houses in the Hollywood Hills. It’s got an extraordinary pedigree– the Freemans hired Wright after being smitten by Wright’s earlier LA project, the c.1922 Hollyhock House. Subsequent alterations were undertaken by Rudolph Schindler and John Lautner, and the sale includes some original furniture.

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