This Frank Lloyd Wright home mirrors the one two doors to it’s right. Again, this is a ‘bootleg’ house that he designed while working for Sullivan. This was before he created the Prairie Style home that he is so famous for. You can see the Victorian influence in the steeply pitched roof, and a front porch, although small. The mirrors on the left, on the second level, are different from the green version, which is the only noticeable difference, aside from paint color, that I can see.
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