By Elijah Chiland
Originally Published by Curbed LA
The four-bedroom residence next door has hardwood floors and stellar city views.
Looking for a rental with some architectural pedigree? This home in Los Feliz is right next door to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House (as seen in Blade Runner and House on Haunted Hill). It even shares a wall with the property, and is fronted by the same Mayan-influenced concrete blocks.
While Wright’s “textile block” style ends at the front lawn, the home itself is appealing in its own right. Built in 1941, it has an interesting Moderne-style design, with rounded ceilings and a circular entryway. Other interior features include hardwood floors, wide windows, French doors, and a living room fireplace.
The 2,130-square-foot home has four bedrooms and an equal number of bathrooms, including one with vintage blue tile and a dramatic hanging light fixture.
The house sits on a roomy 8,695-square-foot lot, with a large wooden deck that offers views down into the city. There’s also a grassy backyard, a garage, and a very colorful child’s playhouse.
Asking rent is $6,000 per month.