Broker Doug Milne of Houlihan Lawrence told LLNYC that the response to the house has been extraordinary, and interested parties include local residents, along with people from New York City, Westchester, and two people flew from California to see it.
Most recently, the seven-bedroom home was owned by memorabilia mogul and philanthropist Ted Stanley and his wife, Vada. Their son Jonathan listed the house after their deaths and all proceeds of the sale will to be donated to charity.
“The current owners have been wonderful stewards of the property and grounds so it is in remarkable condition for its age,” said Milne.
Over the course of his life, Wright designed 1,000 structures, 532 of which were completed.