Built in 1897 for George W. Furbeck, this residence was designed during a period of experimentation by Frank Lloyd Wright that ultimately resulted in his iconic prairie style. Clad in beveled bricks, the home’s exterior features two octagonal towers and a spacious sun porch.
Furbeck House, built in 1897, was a precursor to Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic Prairie style. The exterior remains largely unchanged. The interior features open living areas accented with quartersawn oak woodwork and art glass windows in simple geometric designs.
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