John Lautner’s “Wolff House” Could Be Yours for $7.25M

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This midcentury modern icon, designed by famed architect John Lautner and built in 1961, is perched high above the fray in the Hollywood Hills. The “Wolff House” is widely recognized as being inspired by the work of Lautner’s mentor, architectural paragon Frank Lloyd Wright. Thus the integration of the natural surroundings into the structure itself, such as the stately eucalyptus tree that grows just outside of the great room. The home was last purchased in 2008 for $5.5 million and has been on and off the market since then; it has now reappeared at $7.25 million. Can’t you just picture Don Draper lazing in an Eames lounge chair, gazing out of the 16-foot floor-to-ceiling windows thinking to himself, “what does it all mean?”

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