Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed four houses in New Jersey. Now the oldest and largest of those homes is on the market for $1.45 million.
Located in Bernardsville, about an hour-long train ride from Manhattan, the house was designed in the Usonian style and built in 1940. It is one story, L-shaped, and surrounded by woods. It was built with cypress, brick and glass. It has three bedrooms, three full baths and one half-bath.
Wright designed it for James Christie, which explains why it is now known as the Christie House.
“When he designed it, it was ahead of its time,” says Roger Christman, a realtor at Weichert Realtors and the listing agent.
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