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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Keystone House just got a little less expensive

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Keystone House just got a little less expensive

Your dream of living in a Frank Lloyd Wright house just got a little more attainable. The price of his iconic early 20th century Keystone House in River Forest house went down to a breezy $990,000. So now it costs just under a million dollars to live in a piece of history. And $1.375 to live in a nearby piece of history.

It should come as no surprise that the house is stunning. Wright started his career in Oak Park, and this Prairie Style home is emblematic of his paradigm-shifting work in architecture and design. The Keystone House boasts original sconce lights, art glass windows, build-in cabinetry and oak floors and trim.

Just take a look at this beautiful specimen of architectural design for yourself:

Photograph: Courtesy Redfin.com

 

Photograph: Courtesy Redfin.com

 

Photograph: Courtesy Redfin.com

 

Take a peek at the full listing (and more photos!) here. And if that's not enough drooling for you, check out these other Chicago-area Wright homes. Sigh... a girl can dream. 

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