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Dick Clark-Style Organic Architecture, Closer to the Coast

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It turns out the late TV host Dick Clark wasn't the only fan of organic architecture. Built in 1969 by architect Mark Mills, the Seashell House in Carmel, Calif., has a similar no-right-angles design, but a location even closer to the seafront. Perched on the rocks above crashing waves, the $4M manse has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Said to have been inspired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright—but more likely by his ethos of natural integration—the house has been on the market for six months now, and is holding strong on its asking price, looking for that one special buyer.
· 62 Yankee Point Drive [Zillow via Zillow Blog]
· Inside the Flinstones-Esque Home of the Late Dick Clark [Curbed National]