The exquisitely rich texture and thoughtful use of glass panel windows and doors of the Lloyd Wright’s Charles Warwick Evans house brings alive the beauty of nature both inside and out. Thoughtfully and beautifully sited, this house was designed to bring the outdoors inside. There are beautiful gardens on its nearly half acre site. Inside, the beautifully honey colored wooden walls and endless intricate detailing are a joy to behold. The renovation & restoration has been a cover story in Architectural Digest. There are 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, breakfast & dining area, family, living, office, pantry and powder. The Master Suite has dual closets, rare for a home of this vintage.