A Pair of Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Homes Hit the Market, but with a Catch – NBC Chicago

A pair of historic Frank Lloyd Wright homes are now on the market on a rare listing, but there’s a problem.

Homes are sold together as a package.

The unique Usonian-style homes in Galesburg, Michigan, designed by the famous architect, have been restored and are part of a group of four Wright homes in what is known as The Acres.

Originally, The Acres was expected to be a collection of 21 houses, of which only five were built, four of which were designed by Wright himself.

Homes for sale now include the Samuel and Dorothy Epstein House and the Eric and Pat Pratt House, named after the original owners.

The dual listing value currently stands at $4.5 million.

“This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity and a truly amazing offer,” states the listing from Victoria Krause Schutte of @properties and Fred Taber of Jaqua Realtors. “We are pleased to offer, not one, but two Usonian row houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Never in the history of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture have two row houses been offered together in one sale.”

The home’s current owners renovated the properties between 2016 and 2021, “leaving the original footprint untouched,” according to the real estate agents. The restoration included updating the electricity and plumbing.

“These homes have been restored with an eye for detail, and just as designed, they are pieces of art as much as they are living spaces,” Schott said in a statement. “It is an incredibly unique opportunity to own a piece of architectural history and become a custodian of Frank Lloyd Wright’s extraordinary vision.”

See the interior and more details about each home below:

Epstein’s house

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom Eppstein House boasts 2,250 square feet and includes classic Wright features like an open floor plan. Built-in furniture, wide windows and floor-to-ceiling glass open to one of three terraces.

Pete Pratt

Featuring a restored mahogany exterior, the Pratt House has 2,200 square feet of living space with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, entertaining space, and more. There are 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and several outdoor terraces.



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