The Palmer House

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Overview

Frank Lloyd Wright's Palmer House, built for Bill and Mary Palmer in Ann Arbor during the early 1950's, is one of Wright's last residential masterpieces. The home, which can now be rented for the first time, offers an unforgettable artistic and sensory experience.

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Useful links.

Can't get enough of the FLW Palmer House? Here are more links to help you dive deeper.

» Tour on YouTube » Book on Amazon » Entry on Wikipedia » Photos on Flickr » Fans on Facebook

The Surroundings.

The house is nestled against the north-east side of the beautiful Nichols Arboretum. While completely secluded, the house is only a five minute drive (or twenty minute walk) to downtown Ann Arbor - home of the University of Michigan. Ann Arbor is one of the most celebrated college towns in the United States, offering a rich cultural experience (film festivals, art fairs, theater, performance, and great dining) within a walkable small town.

» Nichols Arboretum » Ann Arbor Visitors Information » Restaurants via Yelp

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We accommodate a wide range of events at the house, and are excited to discuss your needs. If email is your favorite communication, please email us - we check our email very regularly. If you would rather talk on the phone, please call us - we love to talk about the house.

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