A small Frank Lloyd Wright house in Ann Arbor, Michigan has been a hidden gem. The story is that the house is a “one-of-a-kind masterpiece designed in 1938 for a Wisconsin schoolteacher, but it was never built until forty years later. The design was purchased from Frank Lloyd Wright’s widow by a University of Michigan professor, Frederick Haddock.” So this is Haddock House.
See The Famous Frank Lloyd Wright Homes for an inside look at one home and a glance at some of his other homes that I featured in the past too.
Haddock House is small at 1300 square feet. Two bedrooms and two baths.
The listing says the small Frank Lloyd house has “been meticulously maintained and enhanced with a beautiful garden that nods to Japanese landscape design.”
I am in awe of the horizontal wood that the listing calls “slanting layers of wood. Plus there are a lot of bookcases scattered throughout the rooms in the house.
The rugs remind me of a Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass window.
The ceilings reach 25 feet making this small home feel huge and spacious.
The most unusual fireplace I’ve ever seen. I am not crazy about the fireplace design, but it screams FLW!
Nice updated kitchen and did you notice the walls are brick and the brick floor by the fireplace. This little gem of a house is a study in tiny house living. Frank Lloyd Wright was way ahead of his time.
Wow, the window in this bedroom is amazing. It brings the outside in from the ground to the sky.
There is even a custom Holden House Gate.
All Frank Lloyd Wright houses are one-of-a-kind. This one is unique because it is small. Holden House is on Holden Drive in Ann Arbor MI. If you want to live here Barrett Group has the listing for $998,500.
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