This Frank Lloyd Wright Home Hasn’t Been on the Market in 25 Years. It Just Listed for $2 Million.

Any midcentury-modern devotee will know Frank Lloyd Wright’s resume by heart, from the scenic Fallingwater in Pennsylvania to the swirling Guggenheim Museum in New York. Those looking to add one of the late architect’s works to their portfolio are in luck, then, as one of his designs has just listed in Michigan for $2 million.

Known as the Harper House, the home was built for Dr. Ina Morris Harper in 1950. She commissioned Wright to build the house and lived there with her husband until her death in 1954. The residence is located in St. Joseph, a city where the renowned architect worked on a few other projects. Wright even built another home in the late 1950s here, although it doesn’t have water views like Dr. Harper’s old place.


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