Frank Lloyd Wright

Modern Marvels: Is This the Greatest Modernist Home for Sale in Chicagoland?

What do you get when you mix the Prairie School principle of blending a home into its natural surroundings with Mid-Century Modern minimalist aesthetics? You’d get something that looks a lot like this incredible Winnetka home. Designed and built in 1957 by architect William Deknatel, the 3,500 square foot home is unmistakably characteristic of Frank …

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On the Market: Lincoln Park Prairie-esque Rehab With Large Yard Asks $1.85M

This five bedroom Lincoln Park home almost looks like a miniature version of Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous William Winslow House in River Forest. It’s been rehabbed, sits on a wide lot and wants $1.85 million. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Winslow House has been fully renovated and is currently asking $150,000 less than its Lincoln Park lookalike. …

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Bootleg Homes: Clone of Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House Wants $825K

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and this far North Side home has more than certainly borrowed its design inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous Robie House in Hyde Park. However, this home may be more livable than its century-old idol as after all, it is a newer house. Built in …

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Wright Stuff: Frank Lloyd Wright's Blossom House is Finally Under Contract

Frank Lloyd Wright’s George Blossom House is really in terrible condition, but it could soon receive the restoration it so badly needs. Similar to other Frank Lloyd Wright homes in the area, the Blossom House has fallen into disrepair over the years, and thus became a tough sell due to the amount of time and …

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Wright Stuff: Rare FLW Designed Roloson Row House Relists At $595K

A home in the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Roloson Houses development has relisted at $595,000. Originally listed in April at $685,000, the rare row home is coming back to the market at $90K less than its original ask to appeal to potential buyers. The stretch of homes were built way back in 1894, and are …

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