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Ennis-Brown House, Los Angeles

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Many consider Ennis-Brown House to be the most impressive of the Frank Lloyd Wright area residences. Built in 1924, Wright used Mayan art and architecture as his dominant influence for this home. It was given its current name in 1980 when then-owner, Augustus O. Brown donated the house to the Trust for Preservation of Cultural Heritage. The house has been featured dozens of times in film and television, most famously in the Ridley Scott sci-fi classic Blade Runner. Situated near Griffith Park, the house is highly visible from several area neighborhoods.