I’ve got one for you, The Cooke House, it’s nearby in Virginia Beach and only $4,400,000
HOUSE HISTORY: Frank Lloyd Wright hemicycle. Designed in 1953, built in 1959-60, this vacation home is on Crystal Lake. Features include: gym, sauna, swim spa/hot tub, deep water boat dock with access to the Atlantic Ocean. Walk to wide sandy beach and bike one mile to a 2,900-acre state park.
I personally like the Marden House in McLean much more. It’s just minutes from Georgetown and as you can see, it overlooks the Potomac River- I can’t think of a much better place to wake up in the morning— a Frank Lloyd Wright room, suspended on a cliff, overlooking the water. It was designed by Wright in 1952 and was completed in 1959.
After Marden moved to a nursing home, the house was purchased by Jim Kimsey, his neighboor and the co-founder of AOL, in 2000 for $2.5 million. WHAT A BARGAIN!!! No, really, it’s a huge bargain.
THE MARDEN HOUSE ON THE POTOMAC RIVER
The FLW Building Conservancy website actually has a list of ALL current listings of his homes in case the Cooke House didn’t quite do it for you.