When I first started this blog, one of my earlier posts was about a Frank Lloyd Wright home that was “for sale” in Minnesota. That post showed me just how much interest there is in homes built by Frank Lloyd Wright. That post is still one of the “most viewed” posts on the entire Scott Winters Blog. (You can read that blog post here: Frank Lloyd Wright Home “For Sale”). It looks like that home is still available.
But, if you are looking for something closer…There is now a Frank Lloyd Write home available in Galesburg, MI.
The house is set in a neighborhood just outside Kalamazoo. It sits among 4 other houses on 71 rolling acres. This rural neighborhood is known as “The Acres”. Each house owns land in a 1-acre circle — the remaining land is held in common.
The asking price for the home is $510,000. It comes with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. It has a total of 2,429 square feet of living space.
According to the listing, provided by Ethos Real Estate:
“…this Frank Lloyd Wright designed usonian home is truly a rare opportunity. Nestled at the end of a quiet tree lined private street, the property is set on an extraordinary private 1-acre circular shaped parcel site, and is located in Frank Lloyd Wright designed subdivision “The Acres” filled with other unique Wright homes. Custom milled Honduran mahogany throughout, beautiful natural light throughout, this home has been well taken care of and is as much a work of art as it is a home. Both the home and the subdivision are placed on the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places.”
If you’d like to see pictures of the home and get additional information — here is a link: www.scottwintersrealestate.com/216081159.
There is also a nice article about the home from the Detroit Free Press. You can read the article here: Frank Lloyd Wright home for sale near Kalamazoo. The article also has additional pictures of the home.
If you, or anyone you know, is interested…please let me know!I would love to sell a Frank Lloyd Wright home!
For more information on Frank Lloyd Write, here is an Artsy.net Frank Lloyd Wright website.