A $510,000 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT–DESIGNED HOME IS ON THE MARKET IN MICHIGAN
Listed for $510,000 by its original owners, this Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian-style home is a bargain compared with others by the famous architect. The property is located in the Acres, a community designed by Wright in Galesburg, Michigan. It was built in 1951, renovated in 1961, and—a bonus for history buffs—is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Situated at the end of a treelined street, the residence features a traditional single-story layout with custom-milled Honduran mahogany and concrete-block walls throughout the interiors. There’s a large living room with a vaulted wood ceiling and signature Usonian design elements such as clerestory windows and built-in seating. A kitchen with a breakfast nook, a family room, an enclosed porch, and four bedrooms round out the living space. The residence occupies a unique one-acre circular plot. Listed for $510,000, this 2,429-square-foot home has 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths.