For under $1 million, a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home can be yours. But is it a real Wright? Some would say “bootleg” because he designed it whilst working for the firm Adler and Sullivan. When we last checked in on this listing in 2011, the ask was $1.5 million. But what a difference a few years makes! The Robert Emmond House is currently asking $919,000 for a five-bedroom, one-bathroom home with 2,600 square feet. The broker babble promises it has been “meticulously restored with attention to every detail, and in perfect condition.” It promises plenty more room to add more bathrooms, so bring your contractor to price that out at the open house. There are also two gas fireplaces.
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