Derby House

Wrapped in an ornate facade, the Derby House is one of the most eye-catching properties in Glendale. The home was built in 1926 for James Daniel Derby and designed by Lloyd Wright, the son of icon Frank Lloyd Wright. Its exterior features tower-like concrete volumes adorned with pre-cast concrete tiles inspired by Mayan architecture, while the garage and fireplace gates, French door grills, and closets reference the surrounding yucca plants. The interior is defined by open, light-fill living spaces, a fireplace with eight-foot-high wrought iron gates, and a hexagonal dining room. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the property includes four adjacent lots to offer 1.5 acres.

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