9 Frank Lloyd Wright Homes We Wanted to Buy in 2018

9 Frank Lloyd Wright Homes We Wanted to Buy in 2018

“A doctor can bury his mistakes, but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines.” ― Frank Lloyd Wright

It's no secret Frank Lloyd Wright is heavily celebrated here at Dwell. With a creative life spanning more than 70 years, the iconic architect not only pioneered the Prairie School movement of architecture, but also went on to design more than 1,000 structures during his career—532 of which were completed. Out of these beloved 532 properties, a handful hit the market this year. Scroll ahead to see nine we wish we could have snagged.

9. A Handsome Frank Lloyd Wright Home in Kansas City Lists For $1.7M

Perched on a small hilltop, the Sondern-Adler House exhibits the tenets of Usonian design.

With a meticulous restoration and fascinating past, this recently documented American System-Built Home in Wisconsin is a true architectural gem.

Unfortunately, the Lockridge Medical Center was demolished earlier in January—making this building the first viable Wright design to be lost in over 40 years.

While this architecturally significant three-bedroom, four-bath home was prelude to the iconic architect's future work, The David and Gladys Wright House is now considered FLW’s last residential masterpiece.

Designed in 1940, this handsome Frank Lloyd Wright abode—officially known as the James B. Christie House—bears the iconic hallmarks of Usonian design.

This stunning property features unique marble masonry—an element not found in any other Frank Lloyd Wright home.

Located in Phoenix, Arizona, the Norman Lykes Residence is one of 14 circular homes by the iconic architect.

Of the many architectural landmarks in Los Angeles, few are as iconic of Hollywood’s film industry as the Ennis House, which hit the market after a $17,000,000 renovation.

In Michigan, this little-known Frank Lloyd Wright home nestled on 10 acres had been deliberately kept under the radar—until now.


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