Built in 1927, Frank Lloyd Wright's Frederick C. Bogk House is for sale for the first time in 70 years. It's the architect's only single-family home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Overlooking Lake Michigan, the century-old home's exterior features horizontal brickwork, textured cast concrete lintels, and a green tile roof. Its 6,700-square-foot interior has been renovated to preserve its original details, including tile floors, built-in furniture, and custom cabinetry. Living spaces stay connected to the natural surroundings with rows of elongated windows. For an additional cost, buyers can also purchase furnishing designed by Wright for the home through mid-October before they are removed and sold separately.
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