A once-in-a-lifetime chance to own two neighboring Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes, the Eppstein and Pratt Houses. Nestled in the prestigious “The Acres” community on 70 acres of serene land, these homes are true gems.
The 1953 Eppstein House is a mid-century marvel with a seamless connection between indoors and outdoors. Flooded with natural light, it features expansive windows, terraces with meadow views, and a cozy interior with three bedrooms. Its concrete and mahogany details are simply stunning.
Adjacent to the Eppstein property, the 1951 Eric and Pat Pratt House boasts clean lines and a meticulously restored mahogany exterior. It offers an open entertainment space with floor-to-ceiling windows, two bedrooms, and an attached workshop/office.
Both homes are meticulously restored while retaining their original layouts. They embody Frank Lloyd Wright’s design principles, integrating nature, form, and function. These properties are not just homes but also pieces of architectural history.
With endless possibilities as private residences, a family compound, or an investment, owning these homes also grants membership in the historic “The Acres” community. Conveniently located between Detroit and Chicago, this is a rare chance to live in architectural elegance from the 1950s.
Location: Galesburg, MI
Bedrooms: Pratt Home – 2, Eppstein Home- 3
Bathrooms: Pratt Home – 2, Eppstein Home- 2
Square footage: Pratt Home – 2,200, Eppstein Home- 2,250
Price: both homes $4,500,000
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