Homes of the Arts and Crafts Movement
The Architecture that influences us today
Historic Properties for Sale
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887 Rutledge Avenue
Charleston, SC, Listed: 4/30/2010
Distinctive early twentieth century home built in Frank Loyd Wright's Prairie Style. This architectural treasure features spacious and well proportioned rooms, tall ceilings, beautiful period detail work with pleasing molding, several French doors, a fireplace with handsome mantel, gracious staircase, and oak floors with walnut inlay in the formal spaces and heart of pine floors throughout the remainder. This home is situated on a double sized landscaped lot with numerous mature trees and shrubs. The rear yard is enclosed by a brick privacy wall and there is a separate garage in the rear. 887 Rutledge Avenue is conveniently located to downtown, restaurants, shopping, and the airport. It is a five minute walk to Hampton Park and a ten minute bike ride to MUSC. Verbal description fails to adequately convey the sense of comfort and beauty one experiences by being in this home. You need to make an appointment and come inside!
Sears Argyle Model Home
Oak Park, IL, Listed: 4/16/2009
Two bedroom, one bath. All original interior. Air conditioning, forced air heat,period lighting and built ins.
Homes of the Arts & Crafts period ranged from the highly artistic Craftsman designs of Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie style and the Greene Brothers' California bungalows to the working man's kit homes. The Movement influenced the architecture and lifestyle of American home owners from 1900 to 1925 and its effects are readily seen today in our contemporary architecture.
The following articles provide short introductions to the subject with links to additional sources and recommended reading:
1920 Mission Style Bungalow Interior-Beamed ceiling, built-in buffet, and colonnade.
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