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Look Inside This Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece That Could Be Yours For $150

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Have you ever wanted to live in a mid-century modern masterpiece home perched on a bluff overlooking the Pacific ocean, but didn't want to go through all the hassle of spending millions of dollars (and the untold dangers posed to your wrist by signing the paperwork)? If so, here's an easier option for you: a raffle.

The Palos Verdes Art Center is hosting its annual Dream House Raffle, with this year's grand prize being a 1959 three-bedroom, two-bath masterpiece designed by Frank Lloyd Wright's protege, Aaron Green. The home, which is indeed located in Palos Verdes, is valued at $4,000,000.

"Located on a cliffside site overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Anderson Residence is an open house with a strong sense of shelter," a description of the house posted to the Aaron Green Associates, Inc. website reads. "The house makes it possible for the owner to experience an enriching spatial quality coupled with a wide range of views of the natural setting."

Sounds good to us!

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“The Aaron Green property was a rich score for us, because it’s so phenomenal with its location right on the ocean,” said Joe Baker, executive director of the Palos Verdes Art Center, notes Curbed LA. He also added that most winners choose the cash prize over the dream home in order to avoid high property taxes.

The raffle is currently open, with single tickets sold for $150. The drawing will be held on May 6 at the Palos Verdes Art Center.