Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Home On Market For The First Time

Frank Lloyd Wright's Cincinnati home hit the market for the first time for $1.788 million, according to Curbed.

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Cincinnati home hit the market for the first time for $1.788 million, according to <a href="http://curbed.com/archives/2013/02/08/frank-lloyd-wrights-tonkens-house-for-sale-for-first-time.php" target="_blank">Curbed</a>. The home was designed by the remarkable architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1955 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
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The house sits on more than four acres.
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The home is thought by some to be one of the most important Frank Lloyd Wright homes in the world.
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It's a wonderful example of Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian homes, which, with no attics, no basements, and little ornamentation, were designed to control costs in a time of economic depression.
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The home is in impeccable condition, but has, according to the listing, been "sensitively upgraded."
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The home consists of 3,100 square feet.
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There are three completely unique bedrooms.
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A view of another one of the bedrooms.
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The house sits behind a Wright-designed gate, at the end of a long Cherokee red drive.
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Frank Lloyd Wright lived in Cincinnati for 18 months to oversee construction.
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