Just days after Frank Lloyd Wright's William Winslow House in River Forest and the George Madison Millard House in Highland Park reentered the market, the F.B. Henderson House in suburban Elmhurst has relisted with a price cut, continuing the springtime Frank Lloyd Wright fire sale currently underway in the Chicagoland area. And for the first time since it listed nearly eight years ago, the Henderson House's asking price is now under $1 million. Built in 1901, the Henderson House is very emblematic of Wright's brand of Prairie style architecture and boasts 80 art glass windows, three brick fireplaces, original built-ins, maple floors and wood-encased radiators. Judging by the photos, the home is in absolutely wonderful shape, having been updated and lovingly restored over the years. However, similar to many other Wright homes throughout the area, this particular home has spent the last several years bouncing on and off the market. The Henderson House, which perfectly encapsulates Wright's early Prairie style, can now be had for just $995,000.