FAMOUS FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT HOMES
This Frank Lloyd Wright home built in 1906 known as the Gridley Residence is for sale, and is one of the largest Prairie style homes that Wright built.
It’s in Batavia, IL, a suburb about 30 miles west of Chicago. Listing says it’s updated with a new gourmet kitchen, media room, game room and ironwood veranda. Frank Lloyd Wright is considered to be the Greatest Architect in American history. If you want the keys to this historic gem, you probably want to look around, so let’s go.
Updated gourmet kitchen with custom cabinets, granite, designer tile back splash, commercial range, 2 dishwashers-What!, warming drawer-ooh would love a warming drawer-, separate freezer & refrigerator (shown in above photo), microwave, and 2 sinks.
Living room is next……………..
The woodwork details on the stairway
Finished lower level with media room, billiard room, and it says “huge laundry (also on 2nd floor.)”
I wanted to see more of the 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms of this Frank Lloyd Wright house, but they are not shown.
New asking price of $1, 290,000 on this original Frank Lloyd Wright home that sits on 2.3 acres and has 5,100 square feet. This is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
7 MORE FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT HOMES
It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a Frank Lloyd Wright home. There are 7 more Frank Lloyd Wright homes on the market per the Zillow Blog and they are:
Alice Millard House Pasadena, California $4,995,000.
William E. Martin House in Oak Park, Illinois $1,295,000. This Frank Lloyd Wright house reminds me of an airplane bungalow. I have a post about airplane bungalows called Bungalow O Bungalow.
Ennis House Los Feliz, California $5,999,000.
Randall Fawcett House Los Banos, California $1,999,000.
Avery Coonley House Riverside, Illinois $2,890,000.
Bunker Hill House Houston, Texas $3,390,000.
Horatio Norton House Oak Park, Illinois $1,050,000.
So the most expensive house on the list is the Ennis House in California at $5,999,000.
Which one would you like to buy if you could?
credit zillow blog