Have you ever dreamed of owning a famous piece of architecture? Now’s your chance.
The “Boulter House” in Clifton, Ohio, designed in 1954 by famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, is set to hit the market later this month for $695,000.
Owners Chuck Lohre and his wife, Janet Groeber, have spent much of the past 15 years restoring the home to its original Usonian design – a term used by Wright to refer to his vision of affordable housing for the masses.
“When we bought the house in 2003, it needed a handyman,” said Lohre, referring to the 2,456-square-foot, two-story, five-bedroom home at 1 Rawson Woods Circle.
Wright designed everything for the home, built of concrete blocks and Douglas fir timbers, including the light fixtures and furniture.
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