This 1968 Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Home is Mostly Untouched

This 1968 Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Home is Mostly Untouched

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Tara Bellucci
Nov 18, 2016

FLW fans, check it out: this Bay Area gem by apprentice Mark Mills is on the market for the first time ever.

Located north of San Francisco in San Rafael, the 2,769 square-foot home has four bedrooms and three baths. Much of the interior is original, including the angular built-in furniture, wood beamed ceilings, and central stone hearth. The only obvious update is kitchen, which now has stainless steel appliances.

The floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the house's expansive wraparound deck and four-plus acres and mountain views. There's also a lap pool behind the house with a raised lounge area.

The house is listed for $2.295 million.

h/t Curbed

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