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Atlanta’s best example of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture – for sale for $950,000

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Shortly after Robert Green returned to his Georgia home from his 1958-1959 apprenticeship at Taliesin West (Frank Lloyd Wright’s school), he designed then supervised the construction of a remarkable house for a C&S Bank executive named William Copeland and his family in 1960. That remarkable house is now for sale for $950,000.00. Jason Wieloch and I are co-listing the property. “Nobody buys a Wright house by mistake or coincidence” said Ron Scherubel, the retired Executive Director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. Ron also said that the market for a Wright house “is a narrow market. It’s an active market. And it can be a lucrative market…most of the time, buyers pay a 25 to 40 percent premium because it’s a Wright design.” Usonian design is Mr. Wright’s coined term for his simple style that enabled the integration of structure with the natural order of the landscape. The Copeland House typifies Usonian design. Robert Green, … [Read more...]