A river runs through this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired Orlando home, on the market for $1.4 million
Frank Lloyd Wright is a rare architect that most Americans can name. His massive body of work spanned the country, reaching all the way down to Florida with the construction of Florida Southern College. His influence particularly prominent in Central Florida, where his acolytes brought touches of Usonian and Prarie style to bear on the area's first big real estate boom.
Take for instance, this second-generation Usonian in Orlando. The home was designed by local architect Kevin Schweizer, son of another famed building designer Nils Schweizer. Nils studied under Wright at his famed Taliesin Fellowship and went on to build some of the area's most iconic buildings. The younger Schweizer clearly nods toward those two in the design of this house, which is all mid-century curves, large windows bringing the outside in and retro layouts.
Perhaps the most stunning thing about the home at 10863 Koi Rd is the waterfall and river that runs through the entryway, though its in a stiff competition with just about every room in the house.
The listing is represented by Jason Asa of EXP Realty. The sellers are asking for just shy of $1.4 million.
Photos via Realtor.