Three Rivers, California – Frank Robert
Built area: 3,000 sq. ft. (278 m2)
Land area: 29,000 sq. ft. (2,685 m2)
Year built: 1946 – 1947
If you think that this could easily be another Frank Lloyd Wright home, you’re right. The architect, Frank Robert, studied and worked under FLW. The influence shines through in this lovely home which spans a minor fork of the Kaweah River.
Harmonizing with the site and nature, the home has been substantially renovated without detracting from the original concept. The home sits at the base of the Sequoia National Park three hours north of Los Angeles, California. It now operates as a vacation rental with a full master suite, a fully self-contained guest room and a smaller suite for ‘intimate couples’.
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