Midwest Frank Lloyd Wright fans have a reason to celebrate. The iconic architect designed just three homes in Cincinnati and one of them is up for sale. Built in 1956, the Boulter House is a two-story Usonian design made from African and Philippine mahogany and Douglas fir. While the house has received some updates over the years, Wight's signature is still prevalent throughout the structure's radiant heated floors, built-in furniture, and a cantilevered deck that spans nearly the entire length of the home. The highlight of the interior is the 28-foot long great room. Wrapped almost entire in 10-foot tall windows, the space is immersed in views of the surrounding canopies.
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