An Ohio residence designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright is now on the market, albeit at a lower listing price.
According to a Realtor.com report
, the Wright-designed home in Willoughby Hills, Ohio (a town of 9,400 that is roughly 30 minutes northeast of Cleveland) was initially listed for $1.7 million in 2014, but was removed without selling and is now back at a $1.3 million price. The three-bedroom, one-bath property was built in 1955 for artist Louis Penfield, whose family has been renting the Usonian-style home and is now selling the residence—which includes the original furniture designed by Wright. There is one change from the original construction: the bathroom shower has been enlarged and updated for a more contemporary style.
Also included in the sale are the designs for Riverrock, a proposed Wright home that was never constructed.