Stay At Frank Wright Designed Fallingwater For $1,195

Fallingwater was designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright over seven decades ago and takes its name from the fact that the luxuriously and breathtakingly beautiful house is partly built over a waterfall. Considered as one of the best designs of American architecture, individuals wishing to view Fallingwater have to pay $18 for a tour of the Kaufmann residence.

The ethereally stunning house would be open for more than just a tour for 8 lucky individuals. These individuals would be treated to an overnight stay of Fallingwater and would have the house all to themselves since the property would be closed off to the rest of the public during this period. Though the select group of individuals would have to pay a large price for the treat, the stay may be worth every single dollar since no visitor has yet had the privilege of staying over at the famed property.

Individuals will have to pay $1,195 to stay at the 5,300 sq ft Pennsylvania property. However, even these lucky individuals would not actually get to live in the Kaufmann home but would instead be housed in a ne Wright style home situated within the property grounds.

Via: DesignCrave

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