Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s love of radial designs, this circular lodge-style house in East Troy, Wisconsin, is now up for grabs.
Designed in 1974 by Michael P. Johnson, a longtime professor at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, the four-bedroom, four-bath home spans a whopping 6,312 square feet.
The 1974-built home sits low to the ground, and its main feature is its circular design, propped up by 100-year-old beams that fan out from the center of the house. Timber permeates the house, with wood-paneled ceilings and walls that envelops the space a cozy, cabin-like atmosphere.
Inside, the radial design creates a truly unusual layout. The entryway leads into an open-plan first floor, where a curved kitchen looks out onto the main living room. Other notable features include multiple wood-burning stoves and bathrooms with curved walls. The entire second floor is dedicated to the master suite, which features a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and triangular skylights.
Sitting on more than 15 acres of woodlands—which can be used for hunting and keeping horses—N8398 Bell School Road is now on the market for $789,000.