Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright left quite the resume behind when he died back in 1959, having designed more than 1,000 structures across the nation and in Europe. Here in Southwestern Connecticut, we have a couple examples of homes designed by Wright: Springbough, in Stamford; and the Rayward-Shepherd House in New Canaan.
While claiming two FLW homes in the southwestern corner of Connecticut earns the area some serious architectural bragging rights, it doesn’t exactly make it easy for admirers to be able to scoop up a property designed by the late, great architect. But, fear not. We found a handful of homes on the market in Connecticut that have been “inspired by” Frank Lloyd Wright. So even if you can’t find the real thing, you can snag a home that claims the same peaceful design Wright created through his work. Check them out: