Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed over 1,000 structures during his career. Of these, 532 were actually built and New Jersey is home to only four of them. The first and largest of Wright’s NJ homes, the James B. Christie House, has recently hit the market.
A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in the Garden State recently found a buyer, and the meticulously restored property is just as grand today as when the legendary architect oversaw the project.
The home, which is currently in disrepair, features a desirable location, sizeable lot, and historic architecture.
A remarkable Frank Lloyd Wright home that has been carefully preserved, and respectfully lived in, drops its price from $2.2M to $1.45M.
The Heritage at Claremont is a development of 20 condos on a historic church property in Bernardsville.