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Wonderful tour. Beautiful property. The tour is very physically easy, as the home is small, and the majority of time is spent standing, rather than walking. Also, there aren’t any stairs. It’s very safe for elderly and appropriate for well mannered children. The detail in the house is amazing and inspirational. The tour guide was very sweet, friendly, and helpful in the gift shop as well.
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Of course the home itself. But slso Paula's excellent tour which was so informative and enthusiastic.
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Very interesting and well done by the docent. Sparked our interest in FLW and looking forward to visiting other sites
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This is the 11th FLW property I have visited and I absolutely loved the tour. The house is impeccably restored, and the fact that it sits on a private 10 acre lot surrounded by woods makes it such an enjoyable place to go. It is a Usonian house, but it has unique features such as art glass that was fabricated by the owner, and an integration with the sloping landscape that makes the house seem to disappear into the hillside. Our tour guide was a retired architect who was very knowledgeable about homebuilding. He admitted that he prefers to discuss the architectural merits of the house rather than the life and times of Mr. Wright, which some of the other docents focus on. The house is smaller than it appears from the outside, but it is nonetheless a very intriguing home. I would recommend the house to anyone who has an interest in architecture. I wouldn't bring young children because this is a strictly hands off/ no touching home and you will do a lot of standing and listening. If you don't enjoy standing around while someone explains to you about overhanging roofs or poured concrete floors, you might want to skip this one.
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