Restoring Frank Lloyd Wright’s The Eppstein House

Originally built in the early 1950s, the Eppstein House has gone back to its roots with Frank Lloyd Wright’s original design. This mid-century home is located in Galesburg, Michigan and is furnished with pieces from the period as well as some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s one-of-a-kind pieces. While most building designs nowadays are about modernizing these classic homes, the Eppstein House underwent a restoration that followed the house’s original design including removing a pool and restoring walls, tiles, and trim. The living room is a designer’s paradise with artwork, architecture books, magazines and a record player to play some of the hits from the Golden Oldies. In addition to the living room, the house also has 3 bedrooms, a wood burning stove, and an open-concept kitchen. The whole house can be rented out for the perfect Winter getaway.

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Restoring Frank Lloyd Wright’s The Eppstein House