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I’m a real estate stalker. Being a New Yorker, I love knowing how much a home costs (it’s a quirk in this city and I promise you it’s acceptable here).  Most of all I just love pulling the curtains back and taking a look at what’s behind those windows. One of my favorite places to do just that is over at one of our sister site’s blog Cool Houses Daily. I spotted this Frank Lloyd Wright beauty over there just the other day and wanted to share it with you all.

At a hefty $1.39M you get to own a piece of history, letters between Wright and the original owner Ray Brandes, and all the FLW-designed furniture, too. Anyone in the market for a million dollar home in Issaquah, Washington?

frank lloyd wright brandes house

Image Source: Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty | Via FrontDoor.com

 

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10 Responses

  1. Kayla@HGTV says:

    I'd say that's worth $1.39M.

  2. TheWorkbenchLife says:

    I was lucky enough to visit this house years ago. Very memorable, as all of Wright's houses seem to be. You experience them in ways that you don't experience other homes.

  3. emily45 says:

    They should download the Chinese version of our F-35 software. I understand most of the bugs have been worked out.

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  5. Larry G says:

    Come to Buffalo, NY to see part of Wright's legacy. Pretty impressive!!
    http://www.visitbuffaloniagara.com/buffalo-archit

  6. Soon Dinos says:

    I had my property last year. For some reason I had to sell it out. But I am planning to buying new house next year.

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Lili ZarghamiLili is Editorial Director of HGTV.com. Her personal obsessions include looking for just the right sofa, ogling real estate listings, and reading floor-plans. She has an admitted "chair problem," collecting...

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