Frank Lloyd Wright is an architectural legend but his Ennis House is almost as famous as its maker. Located in Los Angeles' Los Feliz neighborhood, the Mayan-inspired home is one in a series of textile block designs created by the architect around northern LA. The property has made appearances in dozens of films like Blade Runner, House on Haunted Hill, and the television series Twin Peaks ultimately earning it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Since being built in 1924, the structure has undergone a complete $17 million restoration helmed by billionaire owner Ron Burkle, polishing up its temple-like facade and adorning its fully-furnished interior with marble floors, concrete columns, wood beam ceilings, and intricate stained glass windows. Around the exterior, you'll find multiple decks and a poolside terrace that overlooks all of downtown with views reaching the Pacific Ocean.
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