Take A Look Inside This Frank Lloyd Wright Summer Cottage, Now Listed For $1M

By Stephen Gossett in News on Oct 16, 2017 5:35PM

A landmark Chicago-area Frank Llloyd Wright house has hit the market.

Built in 1913, the modest Summer Cottage in Glencoe served to house Wright's attorney, Sherman Booth, while a larger residence was for the lawyer was under construction. (That other, famed residence hit the market last year for the first time in half a century.) The Booths stayed in the cottage until the main house was finished in 1916. The cottage was then moved to its current location, at 239 Franklin Road, according to the listing.

The seller "wants to find a special buyer who will commit to preserving this fabulous piece of history," a recognized landmark, the listing notes. The three-bed, two-bath 1,755-square-footer is asking $1 million. Check out the gallery above for a virtual tour of sorts.

[H/T Curbed Chicago]