Frank Lloyd Wright Designed Home for $1.38M

A Frank Lloyd Wright designed home in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park is on the market for $1.38 million. The famous architect constructed the 4,300 square foot abode in 1903 for William E. Martin, a prominent Illinois businessman who co-owned the E-Z Polish Company. View the listing.

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A Frank Lloyd Wright designed home in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park is on the market for $1.38 million. The famous architect constructed the 4,300 square foot abode in 1903 for William E. Martin, a prominent Illinois businessman who co-owned the E-Z Polish Company. View the listing.
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In addition to constructing this Oak Park house for William Martin, Frank Lloyd Wright also designed properties for Darwin D. Martin, William's brother. Darwin Martin commissioned Wright to build him homes in Buffalo, NY and Derby, NY.
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A view of the spacious living room.
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The home boasts original woodwork.
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A view of the updated kitchen.
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The three-story house features 59 art glass windows.
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The home was originally listed last winter for $1.57 million, but the price tag has since been chopped to $1.38 million.
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A view of one of the five bedrooms in the home.
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The three-story Prairie-style home is much taller than many of Wright's other Chicago masterpieces.
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Ample sunlight floods into this bedroom through the numerous art glass windows.
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A view of a bedroom.
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The home includes a garage, a front porch, and ceramic, porcelain and hardwood floors.
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The home boasts three wood-burning fireplaces.
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A view of the home's game room.
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A view of the huge covered patio.
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