Frank Lloyd Wright's William Winslow House in suburban River Forest is going on its third year on the market and has received yet another price cut. In the listing notes, the house's broker has also indicated that the property tax on the house has also been reduced. Constructed in 1893, the house was designed by Wright just after his departure from Adler & Sullivan. Fans of Arts & Crafts architectural detail will appreciate Wright's attention to detail in this home.
The Winslow House originally entered the market in December 2013 with an asking price of $2.4 million. Over the next few years it would receive not only price reductions, but there was also a point where the house also bumped its asking price. However, it can now be had at its lowest price yet — $1.375 million. It's amazing to think that such a magnificent home designed by one of the greatest architects ever would spend so much time seeking a new buyer. Perhaps another price chop and lower taxes will help entice offers.
- Listing history [Redfin]
- Get Frank Lloyd Wright's Winslow House at Its Lowest Ask Yet [Curbed Chicago]
- Frank Lloyd Wright's William Winslow House Now Just $1.7M [Curbed Chicago]