If you know the name of any architect, it's likely Frank Lloyd Wright. And plenty of his homes are on display around Michigan. There is a famous group of Wright-designed homes in Grand Rapids and one in Galesburg is for sale right now.

The home right in our collective backyard recently got national attention when it was featured on Reator.com as one of their most popular listings. According to their article,

Commissioned by Samuel and Dorothy Eppstein and built in 1953, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom Usonian home in Galesburg, MI, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s registered on both the National Register of Historic Places and the Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy.

Now on the market for $455,000, it’s the cheapest Wright home currently for sale in the country, according to listing agent Fred Taber of Jaqua Realtors. It’s also the only Wright home for sale in Michigan—and it features many of Wright’s signature elements: a concrete-block floor-to-ceiling fireplace, built-ins, low and slanted ceilings, and radiant-floor heating. There’s also an in-ground cement pool in the yard. Ten-foot windows in the living room coax nature inside.

Take a Look Inside

Want to see inside? Here are the photos from this iconic house.

Mlive had a chance to tour the house recently as well, here's their video.

Want to see it yourself? The house is located at 11090 Hawthorne Drive, which is off of 36th Street just south of I-94 and the city of Galesburg.