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Joshua Tree House / Kendrick Bangs Kellogg


The Joshua Tree House was conceived and built by architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg. Construction began in 1988 and did not finish until 1993 — a testament to the thought and care put into the structure’s shape, materials, and impact on the surrounding environment. Curves, natural light, earth tones, and plenty of stone details make the interior cozy, livable, and definitely drool-worthy. This stunning home is up for sale for a cool US$3 million — via Dornob

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