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A once in a lifetime opportunity to own a 1963 historic Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin Associated Architects Apprentice designed Redwood & Mahogany home by FLW Apprentices who helped design Falling Water, Guggenheim Museum & operated the FLW School of Architecture. After Mr. Wright's passing, William Wesley Peters & Associates designed this home as a thank you for a primary promoter of 1950's Monona Terrace, Mary Lescohier. FLW called Mary his "Little Sister" and ended letters "Affectionately." This home has two seperate bedroom wings and a 3rd Apprentice bedroom. Offers presented May 28th at 6pm. (Broker/Owner)