Frank Lloyd Wright is one of my heroes. His houses are so characteristic but at the same time all different – no wonder that he is one of the giants of the 20th century architecture.
Millard House, also known as La Miniatura, is one of the four textile block houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It was commissioned by rare book dealer Alice Millard, for whom Wright had already designed a home in Chicago in 1906.
Built in 1923 in Pasadena, California, the house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
Internationally recognized as one of the most architecturally important properties in the world, the 4,230 square foot residence sits on nearly an acre of gardens.
The home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, two kitchens, and a studio guest house that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s son, Lloyd Wright, a year after the original home was completed.
Sold in 2008 for $7 million, sold again in 2009 for $5 million, the house is now back on the market at $4,995,000…