4 Frank Lloyd Wright Homes for Sale Across America Right Now

published Oct 31, 2023
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Frank Lloyd Wright Pratt House
Credit: Mathew Truman Photography
The Pratt House

There are few architects as well-known (and beloved) as Frank Lloyd Wright. The late designer was ahead of his time in countless ways; he worked to design homes that were as affordable as they were natural, drawing inspiration from the beauty of the environment in which they were built. Now, some of those stunning properties are back on the market and available to purchase. If you’re quick enough — and let’s face it, if your pockets are deep enough, as these are seven-figure listings — you could call one of these four residences home. 

An Environmentally Friendly House in Michigan

  • Where: Galesburg, Michigan
  • Price: $4,500,000 (being sold alongside the Eppstein House)
  • Size: 2,200
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2

Wright’s Pratt House was built for Eric and Pat Pratt back in 1951, and still boasts most of its original features today. The house was built using his Usonian style of architecture, which is reflected in the cantilevered overhang and the floor-to-ceiling windows. The design was meant to let the indoor spaces flow seamlessly into the great outdoors, taking advantage of the views that the 70-acre setting offers. 

A Japanese-Inspired Masterpiece

  • Where: Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • Price: $1,500,000
  • Size: 6,700
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3.5

Built for Frederick C. Bogk in 1916, the design of this open-concept home was inspired by Japanese culture. It’s also believed to be the piece that prompted Frank Lloyd Wright to take an interest in Mayan architecture, which he later incorporated into other designs. This is the second time the home, which was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1972, has been listed for sale in its 107 years. 

Credit: Mathew Truman Photography
The Eppstein House

A Meticulously Restored Michigan Gem

  • Where: Galesburg, Michigan
  • Price: $4,500,000 (being sold alongside the Pratt House)
  • Size: 2,250
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2

After having fallen into a state of disrepair over the years, Samuel and Dorothy Eppstein’s house has been painstakingly restored. Now, the house recalls its original glory circa 1951. The current owners even went as far as to remove a pool that had been added after the property was built, deviating from Frank Lloyd Wright’s original design. It’s currently available to rent through Airbnb, but there’s no way of knowing whether the new owners will continue to give the public full access to the historic property. So, if you’d like the opportunity to spend a night there, you’ll need to act fast.

A Sprawling Desert Oasis 

  • Where: Phoenix, Arizona
  • Price: $8,950,000
  • Size: 3,095
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3

Norman Lykes had his home built by the late FLW back in 1959. The property bears the unhappy title of being the last to be designed by the famed architect who died just before it was finished. It originally clocked in at 2,800 square feet, but renovations made by previous owners have added onto the floor plan. That being said, it still stands true to FLW’s ultimate vision, which is creating homes that blend into the scenery around them.