Glendale’s bucolic Chevy Chase Canyon is graced with several homes designed by the gifted Lloyd Wright between 1925 and 1926. Along with the Pre-Columbian and Islamic-style Derby House, you’ll find the early-modern E.R. Lewis House, and the Expressionist and Spanish Colonial Revival Calori House, which is now on the market.
Listed on Glendale’s Historic Register, the two-story residence at 3021 E. Chevy Chase Canyon Drive was commissioned by Dr. E.E. Calori, who only lived in the home for about two years before selling it. It got bounced around between various owners in subsequent decades, descending into an advanced state of dilapidation before getting rescued and restored in 2016.
Sited on a .28-acre lot, the updated home contains two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms within 2,190 square feet. Features include box-stepped doorway surrounds, groin vaults, barrel ceilings, wrought iron light fixtures and railings, two fireplaces, hardwood floors, a magnesite staircase, and French doors.
Per the listing, “in keeping with Wright’s organic roots, every room except the baths open to the out of doors.” Exterior spaces include a flat, grassy yard, a spacious dining patio, and a private deck off the master bedroom.
The property is listed with Crosby Doe of Crosby Doe Associates at an asking price of $1.695 million.