The Haddock House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938 but it was almost 40 years before the home was finally realized. Although it was built after the architect's death, the construction and location were overseen by Wright's firm Taliesin Associated Architects. The residence has flown under the radar for privacy reasons but has recently come out of hiding to go on the market for the first time. Like most of the icon's work, the Usonian-style home harmoniously sits on a 10-acre property in Ann Arbor, surrounded by an old-growth forest. Its two bedroom interior is a mixture of rich woods and brick offering double-height ceilings, expansive glazing, intricate cutouts, and two fireplaces. Around the exterior, you'll find a workshop, gated drive, and a terrace overlooking Honey Creek.
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