The United States is dotted with creations by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. But some, like the Ennis House in Los Angeles, are more unusual than the others.
The Mayan Revivalist home built in 1923 out of decomposing granite blocks, sold for a whopping $18-million to two marijuana executives.
According to reports, the home sold to Cindy Capobianco and her environmentalist/philanthropist husband Robert Rosenheck, the founders of marijuana juggernaut Lord Jones, which sells all sorts of high-end, weed-infused creams. Lord Jones was recently bought by the Cronos Group for a tidy $300-million.
If nothing else, the home is a perfect spot for a smoke-out. Like, perfect: great views, a one-of-a-kind design, and even a built-in pool. Plus, it was used to film parts of 1987’s Blade Runner.