Frank Lloyd Wright House Restored for Sale

A portion of Frank Lloyd Wright's most elaborate and largest prairie-style home, the Avery Coonley Estate, has hit the market for $2.89 million after a decade of extensive restoration.

The five-bedroom, five-bath manor, one of several buildings on the original Coonley Estate, sits on a bank of the Des Plaines River in the Chicago suburb of Riverside, Ill. The 6,000-square-footer (pictured left and below) has since been restored by the sellers, Dean Eastman, the former Argonne National Laboratory head, and his wife, Ella Mae, who purchased it in 2000.