By Kristine Hansen

A sparkling example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s textile-block design has landed on the market in the Hollywood Hills.

It’s one of four such Wright designs in the L.A. area—the others are Ennis House, Millard House and Storer House. But each home in this quartet features a unique design stamped within its textile blocks, similar to Wright’s custom stained-glass windows.

As with some of his more well-known projects, including Fallingwater, in Mill Run, PA, Wright took full advantage of the property’s slope, and added additional levels only viewable from the back exterior.

Listed for $4.25 million with Mike Deasy of Deasy Penner & Partners, the Samuel and Harriet Freeman House has had only two owners: the family who commissioned its design in 1923 (it was completed in 1925) and the University of Southern California.

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