• Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale

    Frank Lloyd Wright died in 1959, but his architecture is alive and well. This home in Chicago, at 4858 S Kenwood Ave, is on sale for $1.145 million. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1892, the home is described as "two grande dame landmark homes, each w/ coach house,stand side by side and can be purchased separately or together."
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale

    Near its sister home in Chicago, this home at 4852 S Kenwood Ave is one of the Warren McArthur and George Blossom homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1892. It is on sale for $1.175 million and has six bedrooms.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale

    Located at 5132 S Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, this home is on sale for $2.43 million. It's described as an "exquisite 1897 Frank Lloyd Wright Isidore Heller house in Hyde Park." It has seven bedrooms, "magnificent oak woodwork and floors, huge rooms, high ceilings, stunning stained glass windows, four fireplaces and an elevator that services all floors."
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale

    This three-bed home is on sale for $1.4 million. Located at 2202 212th Ave SE in Sammamish, Wash, it is an "original Frank Lloyd Wright designed home with all of the original furniture and blue prints."
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale

    This home in Wilmington, Del. is on sale for $1.35 million. Located at 619 Shipley Rd., it's described as the only Frank Lloyd Wright structure in Delaware. The Dudley Spencer House, which the architect had named 'Laurel', is offered up for sale for the first time. The 3-bed, 2-bath contemporary home is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale or Recently Sold

    On sale for $4 million, this home in Santa Fe, N.M. has 5-beds and spans 6,100-sq. ft. Built in 1984, the "Pottery House" is the only adobe structure he designed. The listing states: "From the arched patio doors to the low profile valance lighting throughout, each detail is intoned by America's most famous architect."
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale or Recently Sold

    Listed in early Feb. 2013 for $1.788 million, this home in Cincinnati, Ohio was built in 1955. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and spans 3,123-square feet. It includes a separate cottage/studio on the 178,073-square foot lot.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale or Recently Sold

    Listed in Feb. 2013 for $1.25 million, this home's listing describes one of Frank Lloyd Wright's "most livable homes." Built in 1903 in Oak Park, Ill., it has three floors "of exceptional prairie details", five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale or Recently Sold

    Frank Lloyd Wright designed this home in Phoenix, Ariz. for his son, David, in 1952. With views of Camelback Mountain, the circular home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It spans 2,553-square feet. It last sold in Dec. 2012 for $2.38 million, according to Zillow.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale or Recently Sold

    Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Ennis House in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, Calif. for Charles and Mabel Ennis in 1923. It was constructed primarily of "interlocking pre-cast concrete block," a design is "based on ancient Mayan temples," the listing states. The home sold in July 2011 for $4.5 million.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale or Recently Sold

    The Fawcett House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1955 while he worked on the Guggenheim Museum, according to listing. Located in Los Banos, Calif. in the state's Central Valley area, the home has 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and spans 3,800-square feet. Completed in 1961, it was constructed of concrete and mahogany. It was last listed for $1.75 million in Sept. 2011 but was removed in Feb. 2012.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes For Sale or Recently Sold

    Last listed for $4.995 million in February 2011, this home is called the Millard House for Alice Millard, a rare-book dealer. The home in Pasadena, Calif. has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and spans 4,230-square feet. The listing was removed in November 2011. It last sold in May 2009 for $5 million, according to Zillow.
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