In 1960, Frank Lloyd Wright completed a sprawling three bedroom, two bathroom, 2,647 square foot home for radiologist Paul C. Olfelt. Created with the architect’s signature style, yet featuring a completely unique design that uses the natural setting and incredible light to enhance the stunning interior, it’s a brilliant example of what Wright did best (just take a peek at Falling Water for the ultimate example). Now, for the first time ever, the home has been put on the market by its original owners.
Costing a cool $1,395,000 (US), 2206 Parklands Lane in St. Louis Park, Minnesota sits on 3.77 extremely private acres of land which includes a grassy, wildlife-filled meadow. Situated at the end of a quiet cul de sac, yet also close to downtown Minneapolis, the home features a vaulted great room with glass walls and custom built-ins. With the interior meticulously maintained and still much the same as it was when first constructed, entering the home is like stepping back in time.
Check out the virtual tour from Berg Larsen Group who are selling the spectacular, one-of-a-kind residence.
(h/t Curbed; photo via Berg Larsen Group)