Looking to upgrade your living situation? Well, we’ve got a perfect way. For the first time in 25 years, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Harper House has hit the market. The home was initially built in 1950 on the shore of Lake Michigan in St. Joseph. The dwelling is constructed from Chicago Common Brick which forms a ranch-style silhouette. The home features a collection of dramatic roof pitches and an L-shaped layout. The interior is captivating and unique, with exposed brick running throughout the 3,154 square foot interior.
The ceiling is clad in tidewater cypress planks, offering a nice contrast to the rest of the accents and offering a warm, welcoming appeal. The interior includes three bedrooms and an open living area anchored by a central fireplace and furnished with the architect’s signature built-ins. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room let in ample natural light while providing exceptional lake views. These unrivaled views can be had from the great room, dining area, and kitchen, adding to the charm and allure of the home.
Take a closer look at the stunning structure in the images below and head over to @Properties to find out more. Place your bid and keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding examples of architecture and design coming very soon.
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