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Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home in Arlington on the market for $1.35M

Wood accents throughout

Photo via RE/MAX Allegiance

In the D.C. area, there are few homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Regardless, his influence can still be seen, especially in this Arlington, Virginia, single-family home.

The $1.35 million listing describes the residence as a “Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired Prairie-style home,” with hardwood flooring throughout. It offers over 2,800 square feet as well as approximately a third of an acre of land. While the listing states that the home was constructed in 1917, an architectural survey of Arlington, Virginia, by E.H.T Traceries, Inc. for the County’s Department of Community Planning, Housing, and Development reports that it dates back to 1928.

Inside, there are five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and wood accents throughout. The separate dining room offers lots of sunlight, while the nearby kitchen features an island, stainless steel appliances, and a tile backsplash. In the fenced-in backyard, homebuyers will find a spacious, stone patio.

2817 24th Street N. [Redfin]