EASTON, Conn. – The price on a stone, stucco and steel residence inspired by the works of Frank Lloyd Wright at 144 Morehouse Road in Easton has been reduced, International Realty announced.
The home, inspired by Wright's famous Fallingwater home in Pennsylvania, is now listed at $1.349 million, down a half-million from the original price of $1.84 million.
Built in 2003, the home utilizes Wright's use of organic architecture, integrating the surroundings as a result.
The 9,686-square-foot home has a three-story glass atrium, six bedrooms, 13 rooms in total, nine-and-a-half baths, six fireplaces and a six-car garage. The 9.33-acre lot includes a granite swimming pool and a spa.
“This spectacular residence brings the drama and beauty of Wright’s greatest masterpiece, as well as a serene and wholly original tree house-style ambiance,” says Southport-based agent Laura Sydney-Pulton, who is handling the listing.for International Realty.
More information is available online at williampitt.com .
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