Fans of historic Oak Park architecuture will be pleased to learn that there is a new Frank Lloyd Wright home on the market.
The Furbeck home, finished by Wright in 1897 for electrical contractor George Furbeck and his wife, will be selling for $949,000, according to a story on Huffington Post.
The home has actually gone up in price, which is probably a sign of the real estate market rebounding in Oak Park. Still, it's down from it's orginal 2010 asking price of $1.1 million.
The home is listed by Better Homes and Gardens Gloor Real Estate. You can see other homes on the market that will be shown this weekend by the company in their weekly Friday blog post here.
The 3,000-foot home was designated an Oak Park Landmark in 2002.
Want more Wight homes? See this article about the 2013 Wright Plus tour coming up this spring.