Country Club Heights Taliesin Estate
This Estate is nestled in a canyon at the end of Carrizo Drive on the west facing side of Mount Soledad. The house, designed by noted La Jolla architect Fred Liebhardt in 1950 (Taliesin Fellowship 1949) is a wonderful example of Frank Lloyd Wright mid-century modern architecture. Poured in place rock and concrete walls accentuate sloping roofs and dramatic interior spaces. The price for the house alone is $2,425,000. Adjacent to the house are 6 vacant lots. The price for the lots is $4,325,000 and can be sold with or without the house. Each of the six lots, part of the La Jolla Country Club Heights Subdivision has had a City of San Diego Assessor’s Parcel Number since 1926. The mostly undisturbed sloping canyon area is composed of coastal sage with eucalyptus trees creating a very peaceful natural environment. The property offers a unique opportunity to build four to six new homes (Buyer to verify) in La Jolla while preserving a historically significant architectural triumph.