John Lloyd Wright


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1430 Sunrise Lane, Colorado Springs, CO

Realtor's listing: Captivating & unique home designed & built by John Lloyd Wright (Son of Frank Lloyd Wright). Lovingly & authentically restored by current owner. Walk-out rancher situated on .88 acre private, treed lot above Gold Camp Road with breathtaking city, mountain, and Garden of the Gods views. It's a sanctuary inside & out. Home features mostly main-level living, windows galore, hardwood floors, open floor plan, 2 master suites (1 a true retreat with sitting room & garden room), exquisite great room with beamed 2-story ceiling, dramatic fireplace & VIEWS! Other features - exquisitely remodeled kitchen, sauna, multiple decks, skylights, waterfall & pond with fish in contained fenced area, 360-degree garden landscaping & lighting, indoor ponds & garden, wonderful lighting, versatile spaces bringing the outdoors in, electric chair lift from garage to main level, additional carport & more! See upgrades & improvement list. Home has shared well & new holding tank. This is Colorado living at its best - a world of its own, but minutes from schools, parks, trails, access roads & shopping. Home is on the National Wildlife Register.


Sunrise Lane Home- 180 degree shot


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Features of the Sunrise Lane Home & Property

  • Lot Size: 0.88 Acre Treed Lot

  • Home Size: 3,333 Sq. Ft.

  • Upper Deck - 16 x 15

  • Lower Deck - 17 x 15

  • Waterfall & Koi Pond (Fenced)

  • 360-Degree Landscaped Grounds with Lighting

  • Birdfeeders (National Wildlife Register)

  • 2-Car Garage + Carport

  • Humidifier

  • Septic (2,000 Gallon Tank)

  • Shared Well - Refurbished (Water Tap and End of Driveway)

  • French Drain in Rear of House

  • Double Gutters for Drainage

  • Tract Lighting

  • Radon Mitigation System

  • Sauna (Current Owner Has Not Used) Hickory & Fir Floors

  • Easy Access to National Forest

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The design of this house is heavily influenced by John's father, Frank. The home has a more modernistic feel and shows John's hands not only in the architecture, but also the landscaping and interior furnishings.


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