Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect

The Louis Penfield House, 1955

Willoughby Hills, OH

$1,700,000

The Louis Penfield House is one of about 100 Usonian homes built nationally by Frank Lloyd Wright. Each design was site-specific to take advantage of the view and terrain. The typical Usonian floor plan included small entryways, narrow passages, large central fireplaces and floor-to-ceiling windows. The designs were also tailored to each individual client, which is why the Penfield House is unique among Wright designs. Louis Penfield was 6'8” tall; the home was designed to accommodate his tall stature.

Privately situated on 18.45 wooded acres with approximately 600 feet of Chagrin River frontage, the house is located across from Lake Metroparks' Gully Brook

Frank Lloyd Wright

The Sherman Booth Residence

265 Sylvan Road, Glencoe, IL

$1,700,000

A unique home from Prairie School master Frank Lloyd Wright is up for grabs in the North Shore suburb of Glencoe. Know as the Sherman Booth House, the three-story house was built in 1916 for Frank Lloyd Wright’s attorney, Crain’s reveals. The spacious home, which features five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, is the largest of six other Wright-designed homes in the Ravine Bluffs subdivision. The house has a distinctive Prairie look to it, but also has some other features that are not common in Wright homes. Most notably, the home has a rooftop deck with a brick fireplace that was part of Wright’s design. According to Crain’s, the current owners purchased the house back in

River Architects

Glassrock House, 2010

20 Old Oaks Road, Cold Spring, NY

$1,600,000

ECOLOGY IS THE ULTIMATE LUXURY. Energy efficient and environmentally designed LEED SILVER Certified home is wonderfully accented by architectural butterfly roof line. Live beautifully capturing the essence of what nature offers with minimal impact on the planet. This homes re-purposing of natural energy and low maintenance construction materials equates to ease of care offering a comfort and luxury not often attainable. A blending of organic and raw finishes reflect quality and strength. Superb attention to minimalist aesthetic melds clean lines for a loft-like feel. A modernist retreat privately nested on 5+acres down a long scenic drive. Enjoy close-by town of Cold Spring for river front

Edward Durell Stone, Architect

The Walter H. Johnson Residence, 1954

3 Dogwood Lane, Darien, CT

$1,600,000

Departing from the Modernist institutional designs that brought Edward Durell Stone international acclaim, the Johnson residence, with it's wood and glass façade and A-frame design, is no less significant than his large-scale public commissions. Stone's organic blend of glass and wood is a welcome surprise to anyone entering the long, unremarkable driveway off of a cul-de-sac. Located in Darien, Connecticut, the open floor plan of Stone's two-story design adds additional volume to the 2,300 square-foot, four bedroom, two bath residence. Stone's generous use of glass on both levels of the house rarely allows its inhabitants to be disconnected from the 1.1 acre parcel the

Gilbert Stanley Underwood, Architect

The Underwood Residence, 1928

3170 Lake Hollywood Drive, Los Angeles, CA

$1,595,000

First offering in 58 years! Acclaimed architect of the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite Valley Gilbert Stanley Underwood's own home. For his own family's residence Underwood enhances architect and planner Franz Herding's original vision for the upscale Hollywood Knolls as a Mediterranean hillside community by building his house in the popular Spanish Revival style. Built around a fully walled central courtyard with a grassy children's play yard beyond, the residence exudes a calm dignity and appropriateness to its location. Here, the charm and romance of the style is enhanced by an exposed wooden window header set into the front façade, a rear wood ceilinged verandah, a wood

Techny Group, Architects

Living Sculpture in Hudson Valley, 2011

92 Link Road, Ghent, NY

$1,585,000

Inspired by the surroundings, this chic modern home is a rare combination of warm and welcoming with incredibly well thought out and executed design. Conceived as a modern interpretation of the typical barn with Glu-lam exposed beams, this home features an open floor plan and mesmerizing views of the Catskill Mountains and lush rural setting. Floor to ceiling glass allows for the blurring of interior and exterior spaces. The kitchen is open to the living and dining areas, incorporates the best of the best appliances and is a joy to be in. The private areas, 3 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and 2 loft-like offices, are housed in spaces inserted into the copper and glass skin, again directing the eye to

St. Croix Dome, 1964-1966

47 Estate Grange, Christiansted, VI

$1,499,000

Built between 1964 and 1966, the dome is a one-of-a-kind monolithic dome - a single piece seamless structure. The Dome's shell is composed of steel reinforced concrete. The St Croix Dome is highly energy efficient, disaster resistant, cost effective, relatively low maintenance and attractive.

Set atop a private one acre hill, this private home has been recently transformed into a modern and spacious five-bedroom, four-bath home with 180 degree views of the aqua Caribbean and the rolling green hills of St. Croix's undeveloped pasture lands. The over 4,500 total square feet of living area is accented by a 24 foot central dome skylight that allows for beautiful natural

Over Eight Acres

Belmont, Queen of Castries

Lastic Hill, Castries, Saint Lucia, W.I

$1,495,000

A Rare 19th century Creole great house standing on 8-1/2 acres in St Lucia. This stately and gracious Island residence is set within a lush and vibrant park-like nature preserve overlooking Castries Harbor. Impeccably restored and maintained as the winter residence of a well-known Academy Award winning writer, the property today affords an opportunity to live and share the romantic genteel hospitality of early island living. This is not for those looking for the typical faux island tourist "luxury" amenities, but rather offers the priceless appeal of a private park and residence in the context of the authentic culture of the Island. There are outbuildings. Cocktails are served on

Rudolph Schindler, Architect

Bethlehem Baptist Church, 1944

4901 Compton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA

$1,490,000

Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #968. With Rudolph Schindler's complete control of "space, climate, light and mood," he creates a space well-suited for its purpose. Originally designed for a small African-American congregation, nearly everything about the church was unique (including the original color scheme which ranged from warm blue to eggplant, to purplish red). "With no attempt to imitate masonry," Schindler's design achieved a sense of massiveness through the distinctive exterior banding. The horizontal bands of stucco siding which appear to be wood, tie the building to the streetscape. Schindler placed the L-shaped church at the corner, with a

Marcel Breuer, Architect

The Lauck House, 1950

880 Lawrenceville Road, Princeton, NJ

$1,470,000

Marcel Breuer's iconic 'house in garden' built in its extended version as The Lauck House in 1950.

Situated in a secluded and beautiful four acre property five minutes from the town of Princeton, the house underwent restoration work in 2009 and includes an elegant gallery space addition. One of America's most famous mid-century designs, this house incorporates many of Breuer's innovations including the renowned "butterfly roof," the centrally located kitchen, projecting parapets, vertical wood interior and exterior siding. A visual connection yet physical separation of the parent's master bedroom on the balcony from the children's