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Frank Lloyd Wright's Millard house, La Miniatura

June 7, 2011 |  7:00 am

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Frank Lloyd Wright called the Alice Millard house in Pasadena “this little house” as a term of endearment. Over time, the nickname La Miniatura has stuck. Both monikers seem ill-fitting for a landmark of such stature today, one that grandson Eric Lloyd Wright called the best of Wright's four concrete block houses in the region.

It boggles the mind to think that the Millard house has been on the market for two years, currently listed at $4,995,000.

If that's out of your price range, at least you can live vicariously through our recently posted article and photo gallery, the latest installment in our Landmark Houses project.

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Photos: Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times

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