Take a Road Trip to Northeast Ohio and Stay Overnight in This Frank Lloyd Wright Home
For those looking to stay in a literal glass house, a Frank Lloyd Wright-created home is now available for weekend getaways in Willoughby Hills — outside Cleveland.
Worth more than a million dollars, this completely restored 1,730-square-foot Louis Penfield house features all sorts of amazing design elements like a floating staircase, 12-foot floor-to-ceiling glass walls, heated floors, locally-sourced kitchen counter tops and, of course, a panoramic view of the nearby Chagrin River. On top of that, all of the Wright-designed furniture is included in the home, which was completed in 1955.
The property is a true Wright fan's dream come true.
Sign up for overnight stays right here. Cost starts at $300 a night.| Photos by All photos via realtor.com