‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

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‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine
‘The Last Original Frank Lloyd Wright Owners’

It is remembered as the era of Levittown's cookie-cutter conformity. But even in the 1950s some young couples were bold enough to have the world's most famous architect design houses specifically for them. Now just five of these homes remain in original hands.

Source: Photography by Victoria Hely-Hutchinson for WSJ. Magazine

When I read that a Frank Lloyd Wright house is for sale in New Canaan, Connecticut, I was reminded of this amazing WSJ. Magazine story (subscription required) on five Wright houses that are still in the hands of the original owners.

 

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