All the Frank Lloyd Wright Homes That Hit the Market in 2022

While most of the iconic properties were quick to find buyers, one home is still looking. And it’s fully restored and comes with 76 acres.
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It’s not every day that a Frank Lloyd Wright comes up for sale, but this year marked one for the books. From Virginia to Iowa, the properties spanned across the country, with many of them listing for the first time in decades. Yet no matter the location, all the homes rounded up below beam with Wright’s signature flare that keeps us coming back for more.

The Socrates Zaferiou House

The one-level residence, built in 1963, sits nestled amid soaring trees and lush landscaping. Despite its tranquil environs, the home is only a five-minute drive to Nyack and 35 minutes away from New York City.

The one-level residence, built in 1963, sits nestled amid soaring trees and lush landscaping. Despite its tranquil environs, the home is only a five-minute drive to Nyack and 35 minutes away from New York City.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Cooke House sits on the shore of Crystal Lake in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The waterfront home was commissioned by Andrew and Maude Cooke in 1951, but construction didn’t begin until 1959, just two weeks before Wright’s death. It was completed in 1960.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Cooke House sits on the shore of Crystal Lake in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The waterfront home was commissioned by Andrew and Maude Cooke in 1951, but construction didn’t begin until 1959, just two weeks before Wright’s death. It was completed in 1960.

Fifty miles north of New York City, a private island with a controversial home and guesthouse built from Frank Lloyd Wright’s drawings sought a new buyer this year for $10,000,000.

Fifty miles north of New York City, a private island with a controversial home and guesthouse built from Frank Lloyd Wright’s drawings sought a new buyer this year for $10,000,000.

Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Alsop House in 1948 for Carroll Alsop, a local clothing merchant. The property rests on a lush site in Oskaloosa, Iowa, and is recognized on the National Register for Historic Places. Inside, a cantilevered brick fireplace divides the expansive living and dining areas, which feature a series of built-ins. Soaring, Cathedral-like ceilings enhance the home’s overall sense of space.

Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Alsop House in 1948 for Carroll Alsop, a local clothing merchant. The property rests on a lush site in Oskaloosa, Iowa, and is recognized on the National Register for Historic Places. Inside, a cantilevered brick fireplace divides the expansive living and dining areas, which feature a series of built-ins. Soaring, Cathedral-like ceilings enhance the home’s overall sense of space.

Also known as the Dune House, the Usonian residence in Indiana was built in 1939 and expanded in the 1960s. It sits on sloping, mostly wooded lot in the Portage, Indiana-community of Ogden Dunes. The home is one of eight homes that the master architect designed in the state and is an exemplary example of his Usonian designs.

Also known as the Dune House, the Usonian residence in Indiana was built in 1939 and expanded in the 1960s. It sits on sloping, mostly wooded lot in the Portage, Indiana-community of Ogden Dunes. The home is one of eight homes that the master architect designed in the state and is an exemplary example of his Usonian designs.

The 1950 John O. Carr house by Frank Lloyd Wright—which listed this year for the first time in decades—sits on an idyllic three-acre lot about 25 miles northwest of Chicago. Wright’s original design details heavily informed expansions to the home completed in the 1980s.

The 1950 John O. Carr house by Frank Lloyd Wright—which listed this year for the first time in decades—sits on an idyllic three-acre lot about 25 miles northwest of Chicago. Wright’s original design details heavily informed expansions to the home completed in the 1980s.

Sited on 76 bucolic acres, Fawcett Farm recently underwent an award-winning restoration with guidance from the legendary architect’s grandson. The property is located in Los Banos, California, and is currently listed for $4,250,000 by Crosby Doe of Crosby Doe Associates.

Sited on 76 bucolic acres, Fawcett Farm recently underwent an award-winning restoration with guidance from the legendary architect’s grandson. The property is located in Los Banos, California, and is currently listed for $4,250,000 by Crosby Doe of Crosby Doe Associates.

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