Do you feel like being the proud owner of a true architectural landmark? Then you must stick with us until the end. Recently, 5 amazing Frank Lloyd Wright houses have been listed for sale and every architecture geek is going nuts about it. That are very few American architects that have groupies, and Wright is one of the few. Join Best Design Events and get to know the five properties listed for sale, designed by one of the greatest American architects.
Pinched away in Pleasantville, less than an hour drive from Manhattan, this amazing Frank Lloyd Wright house has been featured in several different publications, from the New York Times to Architectural Forum, for its remarkable design. The listing agency describes it as art, due to its innovative circular structure that translates into curved living spaces. It is also known as the ”Mushroom House, as it appears to pop out of the ground.
Tirranna is an Aboriginal-native word that translates to something like ”running waters”, which is quite fitting, thus the house sits upon a waterfall on a 15 acres land in New Canaan, Connecticut. This mid-century style gem has a remarkable 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms and is currently listed for 7.2M$.
The East Glencoe, Illinois property is a unique Frank Lloyd Wright design, thus itis 3 stories high and has a rooftop deck. The 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom property is listed for 1.9M$ and it counts with a spacious living area that leads you to an amazing outdoor lounge, looking over the beautifully-worked gardens.
The 90-year-old couple for whom Frank Lloyd Wright designed this Minnesota home back in the 50’s has decided to sell it. With three bedrooms, two bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the house, and almost 4 acres of private property, this 1.395M$ property is something truly special.
Built in 1928, the Samuel-Navarro House is both Mayan and Art Deco-inspired. Conceived for an indoor-outdoor Southern Californian lifestyle, the design includes a swimming pool and plenty of outdoor space. The price is only available upon request.
Source: Elle Decor