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Famous Aaron Green midcentury lands on market at $4.45 million

Stunning 1965 home from the mind of Frank Lloyd Wright’s protégé and colleague

Aaron Green has a handful of designs around the Bay Area. Two noteworthy examples being the Marin County Civic Center, which he helped complete Wright’s death in 1959, and this 1976 house in Philo, California, which he designed for his wife Jean Haber Green.

Now one of his residential designs hits the market, this one down in Soquel in Santa Cruz County. Billed the Ohta House, located at 999 N. Rodeo Gulch Drive, this is the first time the home has been listed for sale in over 30 years.

Coming in at six bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,166 square feet, this midcentury abode is mainly made of sandstone masonry. In keeping with the era, it also boasts lots of dark woods, including teak and redwood.

Luxe amenities include a pool, tennis court, Japanese garden with koi pond, several flagstone balconies and patios, and a fire pit.

Asking is $4,450,000.