Offbeat Homie Colleen passed along a link to this awesome home in Santa Fe, New Mexico known as the “Pottery House.” It’s apparently the ONLY adobe structure ever designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and it’s for sale for a measly $4,750,000.
Let’s check it out, shall we?
Here’s the description from the listing:
From the arched patio doors to the low profile valance lighting throughout, each detail is intoned by America’s most famous architect. This is the only adobe structure ever designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and the sense of purpose in the use of materials and siting is truly unique. Simply put, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Over 5000 sf, perched above Santa Fe, less than two miles from the historic plaza. Located on its own promontory, the house offers unobstructed views in every direction, while maintaining extreme privacy and discretion. The heated pool replete with a meandering canal leading to the interior of the home possesses views of the lush foothills graced with dense forest and the horizon beyond. The main house is comprised of 4 bedrooms and 4 full baths, an unrivaled great room, full kitchen plus breakfast nook, and detached caretaker’s
Click on any of the pics to see more of this Frank Lloyd Wright adobe house. It’s pretty freaking sweet:
Comments on Wright-designed adobe home with interior canal
Love love love. This makes me wish so hard I could move to the desert and be a multi millionaire (like some of my family who live in modern homes just as epic).
Did you just say “interior canal”? That’s awesome!
I GOTCHER “INTERIOR CANAL” RIGHT HERE.
I’d like to have that read by Gilbert Gottfried.
oh i am going to puke i love it so much.
love love love love love.
May I live here forever? Please and thank you!
Ugh, housegasms. If I could just touch a Frank Lloyd Wright house I would be happy.
Sooooooo gorgeous! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
(In the words of Liz Lemon)
I want to go to there…
Seriously though, if I could afford that I would quickly buy it. Loving the pool outside and the canal (tehe).
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