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Ever wanted to spend the night in a classic Frank Lloyd Wright house? Here’s your chance. The Eppstein House, one of Wright’s Usonian designs built in 1953, has been restored to its original beauty by owners Marika Broere and Tony Hillebrandt and is now accepting visitors for a limited time through Airbnb. Located in Galesburg, Michigan, the house was originally designed as part of a planned Usonian community intended to contain 21 homes, though just four ended up being built. Completed earlier this month, the restoration process has completed updated the house from top to bottom while preserving the original design. The house’s signature element, the original textile blocks, have been stained with a UV protective coating designed specifically for Usonian textile blocks, while the bathroom has been updated with antique tiles produced in the 1950s and new mahogany finishes. View more View full description
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