Lloyd Wright’s Sowden Residence.
Recognized as one of the Architects most important works with extensive use of textile block creating the iconic Mayan style façade. The home reflects Wright’s philosophies as a landscape architect, emphasizing the elements of nature in an open floor plan where every room communicates via the central courtyard.
Extensive restorations from 2002-09 by Xorin Balbes, the home now accommodates modern living while preserving the Architects master work.
Structure 5,600 square feet
Lot 14,630 square feet
Mills Act Taxes
Offered at $4,799,000
The Sowden House continues to reveal new facets of Lloyd Wright’s intention to merge architecture and landscape and deepen the relationship between drama, creativity, and reflection.