The childhood home of author Ursula K. Le Guin (1929-2018), located in Berkeley CA, has gone on the market, listed for $4.1 million. The house was designed by architect Bernard Maybeck and built in 1907. Le Guin wrote about growing up in the house in her essay “Living in a Work of Art.”
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