The Neils House first went on the market in 2018 but the home is now sporting a lower price. Built for Frieda and Henry J. Neils in 1951, the Usonian dwelling is a rare jewel in the Frank Lloyd Wright collection. Not only is it only one of two properties the architect completed in Minneapolis, but it's full of details you won't find in any other of Wright's designs. For instance, the marble walls in the interior are unique to only this house while the aluminum-framed windows are also an uncommon choice. Although the interior is full of unusual finds, it still bares the designer's signature with custom built-ins and furniture, "Cherokee Red" floors, and a masterful use of wood paneling. It also doesn't miss the opportunity to connect to the landscape featuring floor-to-ceiling glazing overlooking Cedar Lake. Listed on the national historic register, this residence is a true midcentury-modern treasure.
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