Houses by Famous Architects

Houses by Famous Architects

The Best of the Best.

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?

c. 1874
  • Lincoln, Illinois
  • $285,000

Opportunity like this simply does not come along often. Exquisite home for the distinguished owner that is expecting elegance, sophistication, quality and notoriety that is not easily found today. Stunning, solid and well cared for describes this 3,374 square foot 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath brick Italianate home w/detached 3-car garage and full basement on corner […]

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 and surrounded by old growth trees and luscious landscaping, the estate invites you into a state of tranquility and private luxury. An expansive flagstone patio […]

c. 1905
  • Houston, Texas
  • $975,000

Fully restored & lovingly maintained with attention lavished on every single detail, a historic landmark Victorian beauty by renowned Architect George F. Barber. A seamless blend of all the modern conveniences combined with historic character & architectural details. Everything you’d expect from a home of this caliber, from the ornate mantles, millwork, high ceilings & […]

c. 1924
  • Bronxville, New York
  • $2,695,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Steeped in history with immaculately preserved original features throughout, this historic Cotswold style residence was built by Bronxville’s renowned architect Lewis Bowman in 1924. Originally designed as his office and studio, the property is adorned by extensive stonework, original ironwork and a walled courtyard garden designed by Timothy Tilghman of […]

Historic renovation done to absolute perfection! Set along one of St. Augustine’s most photographed locations, facing tree-lined St. George St. to the front & overlooking tranquil Lake Maria Sanchez to the rear, this stunning home with a detached lake house over the garage will knock your socks off! Step out your front door to stroll […]

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Three private acres of paradise minutes from central Greenwich, this 4,031 s.f. house was built by Phil Ives, a designer of the iconic Pan Am terminal at JFK. Mr. Ives, an early local adapter of the International style, designed the perfect house for his family and his practice. He created […]

c. 1913
  • Mason City, Iowa
  • $475,000

Your chance to own a piece of Mason City’s History. Behold, the James C. Blythe house designed by Walter Burley Griffen and Marion Mahony. Stucco over poured concrete, this fortress of a home features 5-6 bedrooms that could house an army or create some of the best home office setups for today’s way of doing […]

c. 1879
  • Rhinebeck, New York
  • $2,500,000

Introducing the Historic Astor Gatehouse estate in Rhinebeck. If you are seeking a unique and resplendent property, this is the opportune moment to acquire the only available residence and parcel once part of the Astor Estate, Ferncliff. Set on 5 pastoral acres off scenic River Road, the gatehouse was commissioned and designed in 1879 by […]

c. 1922
  • Detroit, Michigan
  • $1,850,000

CAPTIVATING HISTORIC MANSION SITUATED WITHIN THE HIGHLY COVETED DISTRICT OF PALMER WOODS DETROIT. ARCHITECT ALVIN E. HARLEY BUILT THIS STRIKING MASTERPIECE IN 1922 ORIGINALLY FOR CHARLES VAN DUSEN, PRESIDENT OF KRESGE CORP. THIS WELL PRESERVED & CAREFULLY RESTORED 10,000 SQ FT+ FRENCH GOTHIC REVIVAL RESIDENCE SHOWCASES THE FINEST MATERIALS & EXQUISITE PERIOD DETAILING, AT EVERY […]

c. 1835
  • Hopkinsville, Kentucky
  • $395,000

HOPKINSVILLE, KY Lone Oak – a Temple Form Greek Revival house from 1835, transitional – with many Federal features. Listed on the NRHP. Featured in Minard FaFever pattern book. Property is situated on four large building lots. Map available with suggested additional lot acquisitions. Built when The Hermitage was undergoing modernization, it shares some identical […]

c. 1895
  • Scranton, Pennsylvania
  • $2,297,500

Auction ends May 31, 2021 An architectural masterpiece with history and a once in a lifetime purchase opportunity. PROVENANCE: Built in 1895 on the most prestigious corner in Scranton’s elite Green Ridge suburb by Aaron Goldsmith of the infamous Goldsmith Brothers, this unique home boasts a rich history. In 125 years, it’s had just three […]

c. 1941
  • Benson, Arizona
  • $1,175,000

You’ve found your next chapter in life here at the Desert Sanctuary near Benson, Arizona.  Conveniently located 45 minutes from Tucson, Arizona, this 120 Acre Serene Property is nestled at the base of the Rincon Peak.  Just a short jaunt down a 4 mile country road leads you back to this incredible private sanctuary.   […]

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