Frank Lloyd Wright designed some of the most impressive homes across America, and Ennis House in Los Angeles is no exception. The Mayan Revival property perched on a hilltop overlooking downtown L.A. has been featured on screen more than 80 times, most notably in the 1982 film Blade Runner starring Harrison Ford and directed by Ridley Scott. Now that it's , cameras have been allowed in for a real-life tour. Scroll down for a look inside the property.
The house was built in 1924 for retailer Charles Ennis and his wife, Mabel.
Frank Lloyd Wright's son, Lloyd, oversaw the construction, which included "," according to Variety.
The Ennis House Foundation sold the home to billionaire Ron Burkle for $4.5 million in 2011.
It was previously listed for $15 million.
Burkle spent a fortune restoring the property, which had fallen into disrepair.
The restoration cost nearly $17 million, according to listing agent Ron de Salvo of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury.
The house is unlike anything else on the market.
Overall, it measures about 6,000 square feet.
Large glass windows provide a view of downtown Los Angeles.
Some of the living and dining space has exposed wooden beam ceilings.
Interesting architectural details are everywhere.
A swimming pool was added sometime after 1940.
There are guest quarters atop the detached garage.
The separate residence was originally designed as an apartment for a chauffeur.
There are four bedrooms throughout the compound.
The living room fireplace includes mosaic tiles.
Here's one of the three-and-a-half bathrooms.
The billiards room doubles as a screening room.
Towering doors open to the outdoors.
For $23 million, it could be yours.