Realtors spend a great deal of time traveling through residential areas where they live and work. Far too many homes become just deals, potential deals, lost deals or a good comparable for a current deal. But sometimes a home catches your eye and it makes you stop and look with a different eye. Recently I meet my wife for lunch and then we went to visit the Wichita Symphony Showhouse - an amazing charity event for the Wichita Symphony. After leaving the show house I traveled north on Roosevelt and noticed a cool piece of Wichita real estate - an original Frank Lloyd Wright home.
I knew Wichita was home to a couple of Frank Lloyd Wright houses but this was the first time I had found one. This one was built in 1915 by Frank Lloyd Wright for Henry and Elsie Allen. The home is currently an appointment only museum and managed by the Allen-Lambe House Foundation. I may have to set up an appointment to tour this great piece of Wichita history.