Surrounded by mature trees, this unique residence – built by Frank Lloyd Wright’s student Foster Rhodes Jackson in the early 1960s – this fantastic six-bedroom, seven-bath home in La Verne provides both space and amenities.
The large floor-to-ceiling windows allow a plethora of natural sunlight to enter the home, providing a light, bright feel. The leaded and stained glass windows provide an added layer of beauty.
With roughly 7,000 square feet of interior living space, there is plenty of room to combine the original features – such as the built-in furniture and clever lighting fixtures – with additional personal touches of the new owner.
For added privacy, the master suite is the only room on the upper level of the house, and it can be accessed through its own spiral staircase. All of the other bedrooms are suites. Outdoors you will find patios and quiet sitting areas, along with ample space to park at least four vehicles.
Available on the open market for the very first time, this is your chance to own a truly one-of-a-kind residence. Located at 126 Summit in La Verne, the asking price is $2.8 million. Private tours can be scheduled for interested purchasers.
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