Frank Lloyd Wright homes have more cachet than houses built by any other architect. It's no wonder, then, that when Wright homes go up for sale, they get plenty of attention. And, with only 400-some Wright structures still standing, surely these listings must erupt in bidding wars from eager buyers as soon as they hit the market, right?
Wrong. On the contrary, Wright homes tend to sit on the market for years. Often with numerous price cuts!
Why would such a popular and adored architect's homes be so hard to hand off to a new owner? Allow us to shed some light on the dark side of owning a Wright home... [+]