Whimsical, enchanting – Carmel by the Sea is a one-of-a-kind community in California:
Carmel architecture ranges from the 1920’s doll-house designs of Hugh Comstock to a house designed by world-renown architect Frank Lloyd Wright. This was the only house he ever designed so close to saltwater. Designed in 1951, the house was featured in the 1959 movie, “A Summer Place”. Built for $125,000, with an addition designed by Wright after the Walkers moved in, the house was one of Wright’s favorites. It is distinguished by its stone terrace that juts out into Carmel Bay, the large stone chimney/fireplace and the blue metal-cantilevered roof. The house is the only building on the ocean side of the road in Carmel. Talk about a Carmel ocean view home!
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