“House of the Year” for Sale in Chicago

It’s got cathedral-like ceilings, boulders and even a tree or two. After all, this wasn’t named the Wall Street Journal’s “House of the Year” in 2012 for nothing. Frank Lloyd Wright’s last Taliesin apprentice, Arthur Dennis Stevens, built this pagoda-inspired house that boasts 5,700 square feet. According to Curbed Chicago (check out the photos of the house), the price of the well-known property recently dropped in June from just over $2.6 million to $1.5 million. How’s that for a deal?

Source: Curbed Chicago, VHT