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A Frank Lloyd Wright House Just Hit the Market in a New York Hamlet
Seeking $1.5M, the nearly 3,000-square-foot Usonian-style home built shortly after the architect’s death was recently restored. Location: 48 Clausland Mountain Road, Blauvelt, New York Price: $1,525,000 Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright Year Built: 1963 Footprint: 2,619 square feet (four bedrooms, …
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