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based on this house he must have be a love-child of Bruce Goff.
https://www.vrbo.com/1194663?CID=a_cj_1 ... rce=aff_cj
Paradise beckons . . .
10,376 sf house, 4 beds, 7.5 baths on large acreage PLUS a two-story 12,000 sf heated garage.
3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2,647sqft, 1.5acre lot
From the listing: Frank Lloyd Wright-esque home. Rare opportunity to restore a modernist gem. Beautifully designed home in a great area. Close to all of Bristol amenities. Needs some TLC. Great large lot with privacy. Very unique design. Must see to appreciate.
This is the WORST set of photos I have ever seen in a Realtor listing.
https://www.realtor.com/realestateandho ... 4456-03124
architect: Hans Geyer
not found in John Geiger's list, but the name seems familiar
The only buildings Wright planned for San Diego, as far as I know, were a cinema in 1905 and the Harvey Furgatch design, deriving from the Ralph Jester project, of 1959.
The Homer Glen house was built in 2003. Would the Foundation have been in the business of selling plans drawn by others than Mr Wright---say, for instance, a John Rattenbury design---prior to that date ?