Can you guess the year of this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home? If you’re torn between 1952 and 1992, you’re not alone.
Built in 1992, this stunning home is a prime example of Midcentury Modern architecture’s enduring appeal. The best part? It’s on the market. So, who wants to move to Kalamazoo, Michigan?
According to the listing, “This is one of Norman Carver Jr.’s best contemporary designed homes. Once you walk through the door the very spacious entryway invites you in.” It goes on to describe the incredible attention to detail poured into this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home—including views of the “private wooded 4-acre lot, visible from almost every room of the energy- efficient and masterfully crafted one-owner home.”
From the listing:
The home hosts such features as teak wood flooring, teak counter tops, built in seating, slate tiles, clear-cut cedar trim, lots of natural lighting, shiplap siding and ample storage throughout. The master bedroom suite has a jacuzzi tub and the MB balcony wraps around to both a storage room and the study. There is a splendid use of natural woods such as cedar, mahogany and teak throughout the home. The three-season porch has double sliding doors and the attached deck enhances the entertaining area.
Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Home Details:
- 5 bedrooms
- 3 full baths, 1 half bath
- 3,192 square feet
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