Next door to the McArthur house, this is another early work of Wright's
This house was designed in 1892, while Wright was still in the employment of Adler & Sullivan. He was forbidden by the terms of his contract with them to work outside of Adler and Sullivan; this house was built despite that prohibition, as one of what Wright himself called his "bootleg" houses. From the exterior the house appears to be a traditional colonial revival house; however the interior departs from traditional colonial plans. The living room is at the center of the house with a staircase at the north side and a Palladian window on the south.
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