Still Bend is a 1940s ‘dream house' created by a master, and perfectly positioned on Wisconsin's East Twin River.
Writing for Life Magazine in 1938, the creative genius Frank Lloyd Wright described his plan for his American family ‘dream house': "...a little private club - with special privacies, ultra-conveniences and style all the while".
Completed in 1940, the four-bedroom historic home is a true testament to Lloyd Wright's vision, with its 63-feet living room and two gorgeous fireplaces, a library stocked with vintage books, huge, well-placed windows, and red brick walls that brilliantly reflect the setting sun.
You'll feel magically transported back in time, with the whole family just as relaxed and spiritually soothed as Lloyd Wright intended.
This is a true architectural masterpiece of a home, featured in just about every prestigious magazine under the sun, from the Wall Street Journal to the New York Times.
You'll only understand why when you come and experience it for yourself... and let's face it, how often do you get the opportunity to sleep inside one of Frank Lloyd Wright's unmistakable creations?