The New York Times ran an article about the burgeoning interest in Frank Lloyd Wright designed homes and the premium they demand in their cost and commitment. No big surprise there, but the question it begs is this: Is the price tag on these homes too high?
Consider some of the Wright houses currently for sale at this link. Many are well over a million dollars (or more). Yes, these homes are works of art, many breathtaking in their own way. But are they really worth what their price tags are asking? With the cost of upkeep or restoration that many of these homes demand, there are very few people who can afford to even consider buying one of these homes.
So, does every Wright-designed home deserve a bushel basket of zeros after its price? Does being a work of art mean average people have a slim chance of ever living in these homes? Let us know what you think.
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