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Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired midcentury asks $1M

Designed by the prolific architect and Wright contemporary William Kaeser

Photos by Martin Menocal

The influence of Frank Lloyd Wright spreads near and far, and each week we find real estate listings inspired by his work. The latest to catch our eye is this five-bedroom, three-bath home in Madison, Wisconsin.

Built in 1952, the home was designed by noted Wisconsin architect and Frank Lloyd Wright contemporary William Kaeser. Despite choosing Cranbrook Academy of Art over Taliesin in his youth, Kaeser’s prolific career was clearly influenced by Wright’s organic principles. Long horizontal lines mark the exterior, and the home features overhanging roofs, multiple walkout patios, and an affinity for Usonian principles.

Inside, the living room boasts a rock wall with fireplace adjacent to expanded ceilings and skylights. Hardwood floors abound, as do extra large windows and a renovated kitchen that leads to a screened-in outdoor patio.

The home sits on a quiet cul-de-sac in the coveted Shorewood Hills neighborhood on a wooded, oversized lot. If this looks like your Wisconsin dream, 3408 Circle Close is on the market now for $1,050,000.