The Rose Bowl. The Ambassador Hotel. The Huntington Library. These iconic Southern California structures were all designed by an architect named Myron Hunt. And now, you can be the owner of the local legend’s designs—four Hunt-designed homes are on the market right now in SoCal.
Hunt, who was born in Massachusetts, earned an architecture degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He studied with Frank Lloyd Wright before heading West—and straight into a building boom—to set up his practice in Southern California in the early 1900s.
is humble abode from 1915 includes a grand entrance hall with a sweeping staircase, floor-to-ceiling windows, an “elegant living room,” and a “handsome library,” according to the listing.

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