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Frank Lloyd Wright Designed House Asks $1.4 Million

Featured photo by Jim Kruger/Landmark Photography

Frank Lloyd Wright Designed House Asks $1.4 Million

This Frank Lloyd Wright Designed House is asking $1.4 Million by the original owners after having lived there for  almost sixty years! To begin with, it’s rare to have a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright on the market.

“Located on 3.77 acres in Minnesota’s Lake Forest neighborhood is a 2,647-square-foot, three-bedroom home that was designed by Wright in the late-1950s. When Paul and Helen Olfelt commissioned Wright to design a home for their family in 1957, he worked on the project until he passed away in 1959. After moving into the final result by 1960, they settled in, and ended up raising four children there over the years.”

Sitting on a quiet cul de sac, this gorgeous home is made up of almost entirely brick, glass and stone.  This rare find is one of just nine surviving homes in Minnesota that were designed by Wright.

Visit the Foundation to learn more about this incredible architect

Check out the photos, posted and information source via DWELL

 

Photos by Jim Kruger/Landmark Photography

The Original Homeowners of a Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed House Ask $1.4 Million – Photo 2 of 8

Though this home is close to downtown Minneapolis, it sits on a quiet, 3.77-acre piece of land.

 

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