Frank Lloyd Wright home up for sale in NJ for $2.2 million
BERNARDSVILLE — If you happen to have $2 million lying around, you could become the proud owner of a Garden State residence built by one of the country's most famed architects.
A three-bedroom home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1940, situated on seven acres of land, is up for sale in Bernardsville, NJ with an asking price of $2.2 million, according to the real-estate service Weichert. The James B. Christie house is the first of four Usonian homes Wright built in the state.
The L-shaped, single-story home was constructed with glass, cypress and brick, according to Weichert. With taxes are a little over $15,000, the home includes two fireplaces, a two-car garage, a separate art studio and a master suite.
In October 2015, Curbed.com reports that the property sold privately for $1,700,000 and is now it’s on the market with a new heating system and roof in place.
Wright's rendering of the house, drawn with graphite and color pencil, can now be found in the Museum of Modern Art.