A historic Highland Park home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright has finally sold after spending over four years on the market and receiving a dozen price cuts during that time. The George Madison Millard House officially sold yesterday for $687,500, a price well below the initial asking price of $1.399 million. As the Prairie style house languished on the market for years, preservationists and Frank Lloyd Wright-philes became increasingly concerned about the house's future as the owners had received a conditional approval to demolish the house in October. In a classic Wright fashion, the earthy house features a flat roof line and a collection of art glass windows — 68 of them. While the house isn't exactly in the clear just yet, the seller's broker has told the Tribune that they believe the new owners plan on keeping the house in tact.
·Frank Lloyd Wright house in Highland Park sells for $687,500 [Tribune]
·Weary Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie Schooler Gets 12th Price Cut [Curbed Chicago]
·Frank Lloyd Wright's Millard House Returns With New Photos, Same $799K Ask [Curbed Chicago]
·Frank Lloyd Wright's Millard House Gets Yet Another Price Cut [Curbed Chicago]
·Will Someone Please Save Frank Lloyd Wright's George Madison Millard House From Its Miserable Existence Already? [Curbed Chicago]
·What It's Like to Live in a Frank Lloyd Wright Home [Curbed National]
·All previous Frank Lloyd Wright coverage [Curbed Chicago]