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Houses by Famous Architects

Bow to the Masters.

Don’t try to argue. And by all means, don’t lay a finger on that plasterwork. From Frank Lloyd Wright to Ernest Flagg, these gorgeous homes for sale were designed by the best of the best. Who are we to question?

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Prepare to be impressed! This Herbert Stern designed masterpiece is the best the sought after Park Avenue neighborhood has to offer. Right on the corner […]

c. 1916
  • Nacogdoches, Texas
  • $446,000

The Henry R. Mast Home is registered on the National Register of Historic Places was built by Henry and Dietrich Wolf. The interior has been completely refurbished, restoring the woodwork […]

c. 1913
  • Sea Cliff, New York
  • $2,890,000

Built in 1913 by the same architect that designed the Frick mansion, Westways is a magical oasis 25 miles east of NYC. Nestled into 1.6 sloping acres overlooking the Sound […]

c. 1926
  • Bristol, Tennessee
  • $1,875,000

HISTORY The house, designed by architect C.B. Kearfott was built 1925-26 by E. (Embree) Munsey and Maxie Slack. Munsey was the son of John Slack, the founder of the local […]

c. 1951
  • Tucson, Arizona
  • $369,000

Enchanted property tucked in a beautiful hamlet, a creosote bush filled desertscape (famous for the nostalgic smell of rain, or the odiferous grease in the leaves we smell in Tucson […]

c. 1942
  • Los Angeles, California
  • $4,995,000

Elegance by a Master of Design from a bygone era. By the late 1930s, Paul Laszlo was considered by many to be the designer of choice for the Hollywood Elite. […]

c. 1892
  • Taylorville, Illinois
  • $495,000

1892 George Barber kit home, fully restored, 7,100 sq ft, Bed & Breakfast since 1994, offering 8 guest rooms—all with private baths. There are several common areas: 2 parlors plus […]

c. 1835
  • Springfield, Kentucky
  • $325,000

The Best of Both Worlds The John Pope House offers the historical charm and details of a home listed on the National Registry of Historic Properties, but with all modern […]

c. 1908
  • Palisades, New York
  • $2,999,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Peaceful and bucolic Snedens Landing creative compound on 4+ acres was originally part of Seven Oaks; an historically important, 19th century Gothic Revival estate. For […]

c. 1905
  • Watchung, New Jersey
  • $2,485,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! A rare opportunity to own Villa Elsinore, a manor-style home that serves as the focal point within an expansive estate. The Villa features the Main […]

c. 1912
  • Berkeley, California
  • $1,800,000

John Hudson Thomas beauty from 1912 in a remarkable park-like garden! Rose-patterned leaded windows & extensive heart redwood details grace living & dining rooms. Tastefully remodeled kitchen with high ceiling, […]

c. 1899
  • Whitehall, New York
  • $500,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! 1899 Whitehall Armory for sale via blind bid. Soliciting offers for real property only at minimum bid $500, 000 plus 3% buyers premium. Armory designed […]