|Frank Lloyd Wright's Winslow house is now for sale priced at $2.4-million.
|The 1890s home--The carport was originally a covered passage for mounting into a carriage during inclement weather. The fireplace (all three of them) was the center of family living. Entrances were formal; bathrooms were few and quite meager in size.
|The first impression: formal, warm, and richly appointed.
The Winslow House entry foyer opposite the front door.
|The absence of Wright-designed furniture in the modern-day dining room causes it to actually suggests earlier times than the photo of the same room from around 1900.
|The Winslow House library clean, neat, horizontal, hard-edged masculinity.
|The Winslow House living room. Notice how spacious it seems, the décor reflecting late-20th-century rather than the tastes of the late 19th-century.
|Past meets present in the kitchen area. The present wins.
|A spacious Winslow House second-floor bedroom.
|The Winslow House conservatory, home of the lost art of after dinner conversation.
|What was once the back porch has now become the fully enclosed, 21st-century family room, once better known as a rumpus room, then the rec room, or the game room.
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