Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect The George Millard House, 1906



Built in 1906, The George Millard House is an original Frank Lloyd Wright residence, situated on over 26,000 square feet of property just steps away from Lake Michigan. The home features a rustic board-and–batten exterior that complements the lush wooded landscape. The interior of the home boasts an open floor plan and is highlighted by rich wood moldings, original detail and 68 stunning art glass windows. The spacious main floor includes a light-filled foyer, dramatic living room with an expansive heart-of-the-home fireplace and French doors opening to a recently restored open air porch, a handsome dining room, kitchen, den and office. The second floor houses the vaulted master bedroom with fireplace and private balcony, three family bedrooms and two baths. Each room in this remarkable home retains the architectural integrity of Wright’s original concept.

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