Call in the Moving Trucks, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boulter House is For Sale in Clifton

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The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Boulter House, located in Clifton, was built in 1956 — toward the end of Frank Lloyd Wright's life. The architecturally famous home is a south-facing Usonian. The term "Usonian," according to the home's historical website, " was coined from Wright’s vision of suburbia in the United States of North America offering well-designed homes for ordinary people."

Listing for $695,000, the 2,459 sq. ft. home has 4 beds/3 baths. Constructed with concrete, glass, Philippine and African mahogany  and Douglas fi, the home features heated floors, built-in furniture and a cantilevered balcony.

For the full listing, click here.

| Photos by Steve Paszt Photography