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Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, this Falls Church home is on the market for $729K

Constructed by one of the nation’s top architects

All photos via Everland Realty

There are over 100 contemporary-style houses in Falls Church, Virginia, that were constructed with American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in mind, and one of them is now on the market for $729,900.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home was first featured by The Washington Post, who reported that the architects behind the structure—Arthur Keyes, Chloethiel Woodard Smith, Nicholas Satterlee, and Donald Lethbridge—were inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright.

One of these architects, Smith specifically, is known as one of the first women to become well known in American architecture and one of the most influential builders of Washington, D.C. after World War I.

Inside the listing, there is an open floor plan, walls of windows, and pine-beamed ceilings. There are also multiple skylights, exposed brick walls, two fireplaces, and built-ins. Final need-to-know highlights include that there is a new driveway and a wraparound deck.

The property was constructed in 1953 and has since been updated. The kitchen is one space where this is clear as it boasts stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.

The listing agent is Stan Goldberg of Everland Realty.

Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired, three-bedroom midcentury home in Falls Church, Va., lists for $729,900 [The Washington Post]

2909 Pine Spring Road [Everland Realty]