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Peek inside a Frank Lloyd Wright home that just hit the market for $1.1 million

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Morgan Olsen
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Maybe you've got a cool million burning a hole in your pocket. Or maybe you're like us and you enjoy creeping around real estate sites looking at the most expensive architectural gems out there. Either way, we'd like to draw your attention to the fact that Frank Lloyd Wright's F.B. Henderson House is back on the market for $1.1 million.

The six-bedroom, four-bathroom Elmhurst home is situated on a half-acre lot and boasts 80 feet of original stained glass, three fireplaces, a wine cellar and estate-like grounds. Built in 1901, the house is back on the market after being unsuccessfully listed in 2015 for $995,000. Architecture sticklers will appreciate the fact that the owners protected that classic FLW look and feel with their design choices—from the light fixtures to the sprawling patio. Here's a look inside the house.

Photograph: Courtesy Estately

Photograph: Courtesy Estately

Photograph: Courtesy Estately

Photograph: Courtesy Estately

If your piggy bank can't fund the purchase, you can always tour other Frank Lloyd Wright homes for free or wait on West Loop's new Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired bar, which is scheduled to open later this summer.

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