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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boulter House for Sale—UPDATE: Sold

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jan 17, 2019

Update: the Cincinnati, Ohio, home was listed for $695,000, and sold within one day.

Update: This home has been sold and is no longer on the market.

Designed in 1954 for two scholars, Cedric G. and Patricia Neils Boulter, and built in 1956, the home boasts an array of trademark Wright features.

The Boulter House, one of only three Frank Lloyd Wright homes built in Cincinnati during his lifetime, is a two-story Usonian in walkable distance to downtown.

Courtesy of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York). All rights reserved.



The Boulter house is 2,500 square feet hemicycle, sitting on a sloping site. The great room is 28 ft. long with 10 ft. tall windows. The home resembles a ship, and is made of African and Philippine mahogany, Douglas fir, concrete blocks, and glass.

The home has three original bedrooms, each at 98 square feet, and a master suite added in 1958.

The Boulter House is located at 1 Rawson Woods Circle, Cincinnati, OH, 45220. For more information about the home and the sale, visit the listing on the Keller Williams Advisors Realty website. All contemporary photos by Susan Rissover, courtesy the Boulter House. 


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