For those looking to live in a literal glass house, a Frank Lloyd Wright-created home is now for sale in Willoughby Hills.
First seen on the market back in 2014, the Louis and Pauline Penfield home's asking price has dropped significantly from $1.7 million to $1.3 million (with money this big it's all relative anyway).
This completely restored 1,730-square-foot home features all sorts of amazing design elements like a floating staircase, 12-foot floor-to-ceiling glass walls, heated floors, locally-sourced kitchen counter tops and of course a panoramic view of the nearby Chagrin River. On top of that, all of the Wright-designed furniture is included with the home, which was completed in 1955. The property is a true Wright fan's dream come true.
And in case you're not a millionaire, the home is currently available for overnight stays.
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