Frank Lloyd Wright stands alone as one of the leading creative minds of the 20thCentury.
A pioneer of modern architecture, Wright is celebrated worldwide for his contributions to organic design and his unrivaled commitment to excellence.
From the iconic Fallingwater estate of Mill Run, Pennsylvania to the exquisite Marden House of McLean, Virginia, Wright is among a rarified class of individuals who understands that a home is more than a building or an address – it’s where you experience life, connection, and growth.
We invite you to explore a selection of Frank Lloyd Wright homes presented by Sotheby’s International Realty, the only real estate brand that holds the keys to your most exceptional home and life.
Designed and constructed in 1959 for National Geographic writer, explorer, and photographer Luis Marden, The Marden House is one of the few remaining Frank Lloyd Wright homes in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Capturing sweeping views of the Potomac River from its extraordinary riverside location, The Marden House conveys as part of The Falls Estate of McLean, Virignia.
Built in 1964, The Theodore A. Pappas House is one of only two Frank Lloyd Wright homes in St. Louis, Missouri and is one of four of Wright’s Usonian-style homes in the United States. Owned by the Pappas family since its original construction, this stunning home is a true masterpiece.
Overlooking Cedar Lake in Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Freida and Henry J. Neils House is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most unique homes. Designed for the Neil family in 1951, this stunning residence is one of the few Frank Lloyd Wright homes featuring marble walls and aluminum frames.