It's only been a few weeks since Frank Lloyd Wright's William Winslow House in River Forest returned to the market, however its asking price has just been chopped by $200,000, bringing the new ask down to $1.55 million—the lowest price yet for this Wright-designed masterpiece. Built in 1893, the 5,000 square foot home can't be considered a full-on Prairie style home, but it certainly indicative of Wright's early leanings towards straight, flat rooflines. The home is also notable for being Wright's first totally independent commission after leaving Adler & Sullivan in the same year. The home has spent a considerable amount of time on the market, first listing in December 2013 for $2.4 million but can now be had for nearly $1 million less than its original ask.
·Listing history [Redfin]
·Frank Lloyd Wright's Winslow House Returns With Price Bump [Curbed Chicago]
·Frank Lloyd Wright's William Winslow House Now Just $1.7M [Curbed Chicago]
·All previous Winslow House coverage [Curbed Chicago]
·Wright Stuff archives [Curbed Chicago]