Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater is one of the most brilliant homes in the world—and one of the most well-known works by one of America’s best-known architects. Now, a home in Wisconsin is currently on the market and it looks almost identical to Wright’s Pennsylvania paragon.
The home, which has a $6,575,000 price tag, is located in the quaint town of Lake Geneva at W. 4443 N. Lake Shore Drive. Built in 1991, the property was heavily inspired by Fallingwater and was even constructed with the same materials —steel, glass, and stone.
Wright’s incorporation of nature into his architecture was one of his lasting legacies, and it’s clear this home took that inspiration seriously: The Wisconsin property has an exquisite and intricate exterior complemented with 10 (!!!) stone terraces overlooking its lush landscapes, manicured gardens, and the lake off in the distance.
Inside, this four-bedroom gem is equipped with stone floors and walls, black kitchen countertops, cherry cabinetry, and floating shelves. There’s also an office, a main floor den, and an upper-level lounge with its own fireplace and terrace. The house contains three fireplaces in total.
The home’s interiors also nod to the work of Wright. The architecturally complex space features a floating staircase painted in his signature Cherokee red, as well as a light ochre shade overlaying the terraces.
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