6 Frank Lloyd Wright Houses You Can Rent

From a former Dream House to a cozy lakeside cottage, get up-close-and-personal with Frank Lloyd Wright’s work and take your getaway to the next level by staying in a rental designed by the master himself

A Cozy Lakeside Retreat


Nestled in the lush woods of Wisconsin’s Mirror Lake State Park, this 880-square-feet, one-bedroom cottage was designed by Wright when he was in his 90s—it was his last Wisconsin Project. The cottage’s rental is overseen by a non-profit group, with rates starting at $300 per night.

A Usonian Paradise

The Elam House

Visitors can spread out a bit more in this 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom house in southern Minnesota, which is one of Wright’s largest Usonian homes. Floor-to-ceiling fireplaces and over 100 windows mark the grand space. Prices start at $240 per night.

The Perfect Family Home

The Palmer House

One of Wright’s last residential works, this Ann Arbor, Michigan home was built in the early 1950s. A unique cantilevered overhang punctuates the exterior, while the 2,000-square-feet, 3-bedroom interior boasts Wright-designed furniture and built-in cabinetry. Rates start at $450 per night.

A Literal Dream Home

The Schwartz House

Also known as Still Bend, this Wisconsin home was designed by Wright in as part of a LIFE Magazine “Dream House” competition. Built in 1940, it boasts an interior space in harmony with the exterior landscape. Rates start at $475 per night.

Photo: The Schwartz House

Pristine Prairie Style

The Emil Bach House

Designed in 1915 for the president of a brick company, the Emil Bach House is rented today both as an event space and as a 2-bedroom vacation rental. The home is designed in Wright’s iconic Prairie style, with a series of geometric cubes and flat, overhanging roofs. Rates start at $1,140 per night.

Woodland Wonder

The Duncan House

Located in Polymath Park, a 130-acre wooded park with three homes designed by Wright apprentices and this home designed by Wright, this is a classic Usonian vision. The three-bedroom home was originally built in Chicago in 1957 but was later moved to Polymath Park in 2004. Rates start at $475.

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