John Lloyd Wright designed estate explodes on to the market in La Jolla.
April 20, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Few people in North America have the creative pedigree of the Wright family. We're not referring to a couple of brothers making history in Kitty Hawk North Carolina, rather a father and his son whose ground breaking architectural and innovative designs have stood the test of time. Their designs are as relevant and as popular as they were a half century ago. There is no better example of this than the home listed for sale by a La Jolla broker Amber Anderson. 1641 Crespo Dr. is a true showcase of architectural modernism, even though it was built back in 1959. The angular home design feels as though it's well before its time, with rooms that are far from being square.
John Lloyd Wright's professional tutelage is that of legend," he learned literally at the feet of the greatest American architect of all time," his father Frank, according to the government report. John's early projects at the turn of the century won critical acclaim, and so his path was set. His passion for architecture ran deep in the blood and was something he had to do. That creative genius also nurtured the imagination of children the world over with the invention of "Lincoln Logs"
When asked about the response from the local real estate community for the new listing, Anderson said "we have been absolutely bombarded with requests to the show, upwards of 5 per day. In fact it's likely the home will be under contract before this story goes to print". With the wide array of marketing strategies Anderson and her team implement, it's no wonder they get this type of response. From HD quality videos of the home and community, to a robust global marketing plan, make Anderson a growing force. Just google her and you'll see!