The Ennis House-2607 Glendower Ave-Los Feliz

The Ennis House
2607 Glendower Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
3 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths

Ennis House- Los Feliz- exterior view overlooking city

Above the hills of Los Feliz rests a piece of architectural and cinematic history. Designed by the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright, the Ennis House is the largest of Wright’s textile block houses. This Mayan-inspired property boasts an elegant floor plan and jaw-dropping panoramic views of Los Angeles.

Ennis House- Los Feliz- living room with custom block design and view of city

Ennis House- Los Feliz- dining room with a view

Enjoy 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a guest house, screening room, and billiard room.  Each of the 27,000+ handmade concrete blocks was custom designed by Wright himself. Thanks to careful restoration, this landmark home stands strong today.

Ennis House- Los Feliz- bedroom with custom handmade block design

Ennis House- Los Feliz- custom tilework bathroom

Ennis House- Los Feliz- pool at night

Even more stunning at night, it is no wonder the Ennis House continues to be treasured worldwide. Bask in the glow of the city as you relax poolside, and relish living in this true work of art.

Ennis House- Los Feliz- exterior view overlooking city at night

For more information about this property or to schedule a private showing, call or email Grant Linscott at 323-333-6222.  You can also email us at for details about other development opportunities and properties in the Los Angeles area.  If you or someone you know is looking to buy or sell, I’d love to help you with any of your Real Estate needs!






Originally listed by Branden Williams • Hilton & Hyland • BRE #01774287 and Rayni Williams • BRE #01496786



8195 Hollywood Blvd.

8195 Hollywood Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90069

Sales Price: $2,795,000

4 Bedrooms | 4.75 Baths | Built: 1924

Nothing says “Old Hollywood” like a 1924 Spanish Revival. This unique property is located along the residential branch of fabled Hollywood Boulevard. The famous Chateau Marmont, the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright house and former residence of Marlon Brando are in the immediate neighborhood. The home is 3643 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 2 bonus areas. The large scenic property also offers 7 unique outdoor areas and a large pool. There are hardwood floors, Spanish- style arches, high ceilings and crown molding throughout the home that capture the 1920’s vibe and decadence. The authentic wood-burning fireplace with gas hookup welcomes visitors into the grand living room. The large chef’s kitchen features generous counter and cabinet spaces with stainless steel appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator and an enormous island with a gas range and double ovens. Beautiful, spacious and light, and minutes to the Strip.


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UPDATE :: 2255 Verde Oak Dr in Los Feliz

2255 Verde Oak Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90027

4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

This historic Los Feliz home designed by Lloyd Wright [son of Legendary Architect Frank Lloyd Wright] has been on the market for some time. With new agents marketing the home – there is a new price, but no new photographs. [Check out our original post from January, 2012] While the home has a colorful and varied history, the interior features stark white walls and large windows that allow for lots of natural light. The home has recently belonged to starlets Diane Keaton and Christina Ricci. [Ricci now owns another home nearby in Los Feliz]


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The Sowden House in Los Feliz

5121 Franklin Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027

5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms

This stunning Architectural homes is known as the Sowden House and is known as one of Lloyd Wright’s most important works. The home is located in the popular LA neighborhood known as Los Feliz, and reflects Wright’s philosophies as a landscape architect. Lloyd Wright is the son of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright who has also designed some incredible Architecture around Los Angeles.

The home’s unique style features an extensive use of textile block creating the iconic Mayan style façade. The windowless main entrance lies below a canted cyclopean mass of zigzag rock that hangs like the roof of some antediluvian cave. After climbing a dark stairway, the home’s stylings change a bit and offer a high, airy living space surrounding a long outdoor courtyard lined with columns – a subtle, but appreciated change from the entryway. The weathered wave-motifs and twining vines play on the consistent theme throughout the home and property.

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