Frank Lloyd Wright's Palmer House

Built in the early 1950s, the Palmer House has been referred to as the “Michelangelo" of Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian style homes. A residential masterpiece, it's a 2000 sq ft residence with no 90 degree corners.

One of Wright's last residential projects, rumor has it the celebrated architect not only figured out the Palmer's wealth then overspent the budget they gave to him but also, during an overnight stay, rearranged the furniture in the great room in the middle of the night (including the grand piano).

Click on the YouTube below to get Concentrate's tour of this magnificent home (which recently became a bed and breakfast of sorts).