Look inside four homes designed by the master architect that have hit the market in the past year.
Built in 1897 for Chicago electrical contractor George W. Furbeck, this home was designed during Wright's three-year period of experimentation, which eventually resulted in his iconic prairie style. Clad in chamfered brick (or bricks that are beveled on each edge), the home's exterior features two octagonal towers and a spacious sun porch. In 1920, the front porch was enclosed, and the third-floor dormer was extended.
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