One can only ever dream of living in one of the architecturally masterful Frank Lloyd Wright houses, or at least, until now. Yes, a blessed interior design lover has the opportunity to call Carroll Alsop House their home, as it is currently taking offers at a discreet private sale. 

The price includes the property in Oskaloosa, Iowa, and a selection of original Wright-designed home decor, including four square vintage tables and eight dining/side chairs. 

Designed by the iconic architect in 1947 and completed in 1951, the home in Oskaloosa is one of Frank’s seven Usonia properties in the state – making it an undisputed staple of mid-century modernist design. 

Carroll Alsop House, Frank Lloyd Wright

(Image credit: By Stan Ecklund, courtesy of Peter Maunu / Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy)

The 2300 square foot home is concealed amid a hidden hillside but stands out primarily due to its associable red-brick that envelopes both the interiors and exterior of the property. The arty facade also includes a sweeping cantilevered carport and large windows – setting the tone for what’s to come beyond its front door. 

Carroll Alsop House, Frank Lloyd Wright

(Image credit: By Pat Mahoney, courtesy of Peter Maunu / Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy)

It is believed that Wright created the home in the south and east-facing hillside to improve solar heating and accentuate the views of the Iowan countryside.

Carroll Alsop House, Frank Lloyd Wright

(Image credit: By Pat Mahoney, courtesy of Peter Maunu / Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy)

See: Fallingwater – a look at Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece