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The Penfield House's glass wall faces the woods and the Chagrin River. (Mark Urycki)

It’s not very often that a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright goes on the market. But the Cleveland area has one available – for $1.7 million. The Louis Penfield House in Willoughby Hills near Cleveland is on a property that includes two rented farm houses, a gas well and 30 acres of woodlands. It also comes with some special responsibilities. Mark Urycki from Here & Now contributor WCPN reports.

Blending the inside with the outside. The room-length bench is a Wright feature that also acts as a storage container. (Mark Urycki)
Blending the inside with the outside. The room-length bench is a Wright feature that also acts as a storage container. (Mark Urycki)
Owner Paul Penfield did much of the finishing work, including cherry cabinets made from trees on the property. (Mark Urycki)
Owner Paul Penfield did much of the finishing work, including cherry cabinets made from trees on the property. (Mark Urycki)

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  • Mark Urycki, reporter for WCPN. He tweets @MarkUrycki.

This segment aired on March 18, 2016.

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