Assuming you don't possess access to top real estate agents, chances are it will never happen that you own a home designed by one of America's acclaimed architects like Frank Lloyd Wright are slim. Finding and purchasing his properties may take longer due to them often being landmarks with strict approval processes from local officials regarding any renovation plans for preservation of architectural integrity of building. Wright homes require additional care and maintenance as their stained glass, carved stone panels, wood paneling or other features often necessitate restoration work for preservation purposes.
Once someone can afford the time, effort, and money required to acquire a Frank Lloyd Wright house, they're on their way to owning an iconic piece of architecture history. Two properties currently available for purchase in Galesburg Michigan - Eppstein and Pratt Usonian houses priced at $4.5 million respectively.
Randall Fawcett House in Los Banos, California, may be more affordable at $3.825-million than some Wright properties; but it still stands out: built as part of Wright's Usonian Automatic series in 1967 for mass production purposes, this architectural marvel was still groundbreaking at its time.
One of only seven Usonian Automatic houses still in existence, this beauty stands out. Characterized by long sightlines, flat roof components, asymmetrical layouts and plenty of clerestory windows; inside are vintage appliances, Cherokee red countertops and open shelving that combine functionality and beauty into an aesthetically pleasing environment.