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Hands up if you’d love to live on a waterfall! πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ

In 1935, Frank Lloyd Wright designed this incredible house partially built over a waterfall in rural southwestern Pennsylvania. The villa was built as a weekend home and was called by Time “Wright’s most beautiful job,” and listed among Smithsonians “Life List Of 28 Places To Visit Before You Die.”

But how much did this artwork cost? Back then, the original estimated cost for building Fallingwater was USD $35,000, but the actual final cost for the home and guest house was USD $155,000. Nowadays, this is comparable to USD $2,914,861.11.


Are you curious to know what Fallingwater looks like? Check out the gallery below!

Photo credit: Mymodernmet


This home, completely inspired by nature is now a museum that welcomes eager architectural fans from all over the world. If you are one of them, you can book your tour on their website here and don’t forget to share pictures with us! πŸ˜‰

Meanwhile, if you’ve got any Real Estate questions, get in touch with us, we’d be happy to help!



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