Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.’s Warwick Evans House relisted at a discount

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Mar.March 04, 2016 03:30 PM

The Brentwood house that Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. built for cellist and London String Quartet co-founder Charles Warwick Evans has been re-listed at a discount of almost $1 million.

The 3,161-square-foot Warwick Evans House at 12036 Benmore Terrace was first listed by Juliette Hohnen of Douglas Elliman in September 2015 for $5.2 million. It was pulled off the market in October, and was recently re-listed by Hohnen and Victor Kaminoff of Coldwell Banker Previews International for $4.4 million.

Originally built by the younger Wright in 1936, the four-bedroom home was modified and added to, then subsequently restored to its current condition. It sits on a half-acre of land surrounded by a Mayan-Inspired fountain and a Koi pond.


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