The owners of the Arts-and-Crafts Victorian at 53 Peter Parley Road in Jamaica Plain tweaked the eight-room, 2,276-square-foot spread to evoke the Oak Park, Ill., home and studio of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Why? Because the owners are Wright’s grandson, Tim Wright, and his wife.
They have put the adorable house dating from 1898 on the market through Jamaica Hill Realty for $1.25 million.
The interior in general is a charming affair—note the built-in bench and the working pocket doors—and the yardage would certainly feel like a good thing to own at this particular time of year.
And 53 Peter Parley just might be the closest Boston gets to a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, who died in 1959.