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New and noteworthy homes for sale across the country.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Final Design, Auctioned Last Year for $1.7M, Now Asks $8M. Huh?

The curving home personifies Wright’s late-career design. But what prompted the huge price increase? 

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Brooklyn Museum–Adjacent Apartment With Two Large Bedrooms Asks $875K

It comes with plenty of prewar touches including an arched doorway and base moldings.

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Two-Bedroom Penthouse on West End Avenue With 3,000 Square Feet of Terrace Asks $2.8M 

A solarium further blurs the line between indoors and outdoors.

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One-Bedroom in Clinton Hill Former Shoe Factory (Across the Street from Pratt) Wants $795K

The co-op has huge windows, high ceilings, and a wraparound balcony.

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Architect’s Chelsea Two-Bedroom With Custom Everything (Down to the Electrical Outlets) Asks $1.25M

The meticulously renovated apartment features a huge living room with a wall of built-in bookshelves.

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One-Bedroom With Massive Casement Windows in Tudor City Asks $779K

The co-op apartment has ten-foot ceilings, garden views, and a wood-burning fireplace.

Mid-Century on Five Acres in Wilton (Designed by Walter Gropius’s Son-in-law) Asks $1.2M

This six-bedroom property offers spacious suburban living with a pool and a guesthouse.

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Windsor Terrace Two-Bedroom With Plentiful Storage, Steps From Prospect Park, Asks $849K

The renovated apartment comes with hardwood floors and an in-unit washer-dryer.

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Carriage House One-Bedroom Hidden Behind Chelsea’s “Muffin House” Asks $875K

The apartment has four windows overlooking the common courtyard.

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Gut-Renovated House on Staten Island’s North Shore (With a Huge Backyard) Asks $819K

The open-plan living area also includes an oversize kitchen island.

Original (But Not at All Fusty) Stickley House in Maplewood Asks $1.4M

Designed by a leading voice of the Arts & Crafts movement, this historic home is a 37-minute train ride from Penn Station.

1950s Time Capsule in L.A.’s Glassell Park Asks $889K

Look out for the beamed ceilings, brick fireplace, and vintage cooktop.

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Park Slope Three-Bedroom a Few Blocks From Prospect Park (and Food Coop) Asks $1.5M

The south-facing living room comes with a gas fireplace.

Renovated Cottage Under Two Hours From Manhattan Asks $295K

While the Litchfield County village is ever-so-slightly too out-of-the-way to commute from, it makes for an idyllic getaway.

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West 72nd Street One-Bedroom With 9-Foot Ceilings Wants $575K

The Upper West Side co-op is just a short stroll from Central Park.

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Windsor Terrace Townhouse With Inground Saltwater Pool Wants $4M

There’s also a garage and pool house.

Why Doesn’t Anyone Want This Cute Echo Park Bungalow?

It was recently renovated and comes with sweeping lake views.

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Steps From Riverside Park, a One-Bedroom With Built-in Bookshelves Asks $615K

The Upper West Side co-op also comes with a decorative fireplace and renovated kitchen.

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A Dutch Farmhouse With a Barn in Midwood Wants $3.25M

The historic home served as quarters for Hessian officers during the Revolutionary War.

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Ditmas Park Victorian With Wraparound Porch Asks $2.5M

The home features an updated kitchen and vaulted third-floor space fit for a home office.

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In the East Village, a Two-Bedroom Duplex with a Garden Wants $995K

Prewar details include a wood-burning fireplace and exposed brick.

1932 L.A. Bungalow With Original Teal and Yellow Tile Asks $950K 

Other notable features include detailed plasterwork and built-in dressers.

Live in an 1846 Farmhouse in the “Little Alsace of Texas” for $515K

Located just 30 minutes from San Antonio, this recently renovated three-bedroom farmhouse comes with a backyard pool and guest house.

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Koreatown Craftsman With Lots of Hand-Carved Woodwork Asks $1.5M

Built in 1910, the house sits on a lush property that includes a recording studio out back.

Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian (Built With Red Tidewater Cypress) Asks $425K in Wisconsin

This Usonian two hours north of Madison, Wisconsin, features Wright trademarks like a long horizontal roof and clerestory windows.

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Tiny 1920s Bungalow Near Dodger Stadium Asks $699K

The compact home lives large under skylights and vaulted beam ceilings.

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Park-Adjacent Park Slope One-Bedroom With Private Patio Wants $749K

Prewar and modern details merge in the largest apartment of a 10-unit co-op steps from Prospect Park.

A ‘Floating’ Glass House Asks $7.5M in Dallas

Inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House, this home has a Texas-sized amount of glass, steel, and marble.

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Sun-Dappled Mid-Century Bungalow Asks $899K in Highland Park

The airy abode makes the most of its space.

Carmel Oceanfront Home With Barrel-Vaulted Ceilings Asks $14.5M

Situated along a secluded stretch of Carmel Bay on the Monterey Peninsula, this four-bedroom home is the stuff of postcards.

Mid-Century “Cube” House Just Outside Detroit Now Wants $635K

The historic Balogh House appears to float in the woods, thanks to a striking use of negative space.

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This 1920s Garage Is Now a Fancy Loft Asking $4.9M

The largest of seven units is on the market for the first time.

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Mid-Century Lodge With Ocean and Canyon Views Asks $4.8M in Topanga

Designed in 1963 by noted local architect W. Earl Wear, the retreat incorporates copious amounts of redwood, stone, and glass.

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In Prospect Park South, a Six-Bedroom Colonial Revival With Backyard Asks $3.5M

The house combines classic details with a modern kitchen and spacious backyard.

’70s Orlando House With a River in the Backyard Asks $865K

The four-acre property runs along the Little Econ River.

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1930s Spanish-Style Home With Original Tile Asks $1.4M in Los Feliz

Plus stained glass and scalloped cabinets.

Modern Farmhouse Asking $2M in Connecticut Has Exposed Beams in Almost Every Room

Tucked into a grove of trees on 10 acres, this home blends a rustic timber facade with a more modern interior.

Frank Lloyd Wright House With Cathedral-Like Living Room Asks $2.3M

A Wright-designed Usonian just hit the market in Lake Forest, about 45 minutes north of Chicago.

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Riverdale Estate With Veranda and Views of the Hudson River Wants $5M

The 10,000-square-foot home preserves its old-world aesthetic.