265 Sylvan Road Glencoe IL 60022

Frank Lloyd Wright The Sherman Booth Residence A unique home from Prairie School master Frank Lloyd Wright is up for grabs in the North Shore suburb of Glencoe. Know as the Sherman Booth House, the three-story house was built in … Continue reading

562 Keystone Avenue, River Forest, IL 60305 – Frank Lloyd Wright

Prairie style home in unique “park-like” setting on “Street of Dreams”. Four bedrooms, screened front porch, many living areas, sympathetic addition flows from expanded kitchen to new family room and deck. Original sconce lies, art glass windows, built-in cabinetry, oak … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

11090 Hawthorne Drive, Galesburg, MI 49054 – Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect

Located in the heart of “The Acres” with access to approximately seventy acres of private nature preserve-like property. Radiant floor heat, cement counters, mahogany trim, 3 skylights, 2 wood burning fireplaces and an in-ground cement pool set the Eppstein residence … Continue reading

2410 Oakland Road, Minnetonka, MN 55305 – Lloyd Wright, Architect

Birdsong was mindfully designed to create breathtaking views through particular angles and structure of the home so that every room in the house displayed the beauty of the surrounding landscaping. One of Lloyd Wright’s underlying principles of organic architecture is … Continue reading

18 Wampus Lakes Drive, Armonk, NY 10504 – Roy Johnson, Architect

Paradise is found at this breathtaking modern home designed by noted architect Roy Johnson, a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright. Set on over 6 private acres with a fully stocked koi pond, relaxing waterfall, stone paths, foot bridge entry, 25 … Continue reading

Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect The Winslow House, 1893

As Frank Lloyd Wright’s first independent commission, the William Winslow House served as a radical change to the traditional styled houses in the Oak Park/Forest River area of Chicago. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970, the … Continue reading