Curbed: Home by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Apprentice Hits the Market

The 2,500-square-foot home is currently listed for $367,500.

A home designed in the late 1960s by David Webster George is officially on the market in Irving, Texas. According to Curbed, the Dallas and Fort Worth-based architect was a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and even served as an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin West.

The 2,500-square-foot property made of brick and timber features a butterfly roof, double-height foyer with skylight, brick columns and a vaulted, white-painted ceiling with exposed beams. One side of the home contains a living room that includes a brick fireplace and picture window. On the other side, the home boasts a formal dining space and kitchen. All four of the home’s bedrooms also feature hexagonal windows and built-in closets.

Right now, the house is listed for $367,500.

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