. . . promoting capitalist acts between consenting adults.
Here's a Frank Lloyd Wright house I don't know too much about, except that it looks characteristic of his late-period work, and it came across my desk as a house for sale.
It was built in 1961 and is for sale right now in a place called Las Banos, two hours from San Francisco, for the bargain price of US$2.7 million.
Details (and more pictures) here if you'd like to make an offer.
Oh my God! An unfenced pool! Clap the architect and builder into leg irons at once!
And can anyone clarify whether all the plantings are indig?
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