The classic Eppstein House by world renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright was built in 1953, but after 20 years of neglect, the house has been fully restored to its former glory by owners Marika Broere and Tony Hillebrandt, and they're now accepting visitors for a limited time through Airbnb.

Situated in Galesburg, Michigan, the mid-century house was originally designed as part of a planned Usonian community that was intended to contain 21 homes, however, only four ended up being built. The home's rectangular profile offers a fluid program of circulation and it has been furnished with original Frank Lloyd Wright furniture as well as other rare pieces, with respect for the time period.

In addition, the house’s signature element with the original textile blocks have been stained with a UV protective coating designed specifically for Usonian textile blocks. The bathroom has been updated as well with antique tiles produced in the 1950s and new mahogany finishes.

With occupancy available for 6 guests, the home is not suitable for children between 1 and 14, as the listing shows and it will also be opened to visitors once a year.

For a further look and additional details on this listing, be sure to head on over to Airbnb. Pricing starts at $340 USD per night.

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