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Easement Property

Ennis House
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Ennis House

The last and largest of Frank Lloyd Wright’s four “textile block” houses was designed by the father and built by the famed architect's son Lloyd.
Haskins House
Photo by Larry Underhill

Haskins House

The last Victorian built on Carroll Avenue and one of the few "Gay Nineties" houses remaining in Los Angeles, this quintessential Queen Anne vividly illustrates the height of late Victorian exuberance,
Heim House
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Heim House

One of the original Victorian-era homes built during the initial development of the Angelino Heights neighborhood, it is one of three easements held by the Conservancy on Carroll Avenue.
Holly Hill Terrace Residence 
Photo by Flora Chou/L.A. Conservancy

Holly Hill Terrace Residence 

Located in one of Hollywood's most historic residential neighborhoods, plans for the development included height restrictions to guarantee that every home retained a view of the city below.
Innes House
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Innes House

Popularly known as the "Charmed" house, for its role in the popular television show, it was one of the original homes constructed on Carroll Avenue in the late 1880s. This is one of three easements held by the Conservancy on Carroll Avenue.
Photo by Flora Chou/L.A. Conservancy

LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, Plaza House

The Plaza House features original cast iron storefront columns, groups of double and triple windows topped by segmental arches, and an elaborate bracketed cornice and false gable parapet.
Lloyd Wright Studio-Residence
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Lloyd Wright Studio-Residence

Designed by noted architect Lloyd Wright, son of Frank Lloyd Wright, this personal studio and residence allowed him to oversee construction of his father's projects and develop his own practice.

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