Dream Home: The oldest Frank Lloyd Wright house in New Jersey

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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