You Could Live In A Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Home
A house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright just hit the market for $1.395 million — and it has been kept perfectly preserved! Located in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, the 2,647-square-foot home was built in the late 1950s for current homeowners Paul and Helen Olfelt, and features three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Oh, and nearly all the furniture and fixtures within were also designed by the renowned architect. Click through for a tour of this historic home.
The brick-and-stone home sits on an extremely private 3.77 acres at the end of a quiet cul de sac.
The property was designed by Frank in the last 30 years of his career before he died in 1959.
The single-story home boasts an open floor plan and geometric lines.
Expansive windows used throughout allow light to fill the living areas.
In the dining room, Frank’s signature style is showcased in the furniture design.
He reportedly designed the desks, tables, chairs, lamps, and shelves in this house.
Use of angles continue into the kitchen where Frank also designed the island and bar stools.
Skylights and windows steal the show in this bedroom.
Here’s another one of the bedrooms.
Thoughts on the red lacquered floors?
Even the bathroom is designed on an obscure angle.
The home also boasts a spacious finished basement with built-in shelves.