The Arnold and Lora Jackson House in Beaver Dam Wisconsin is for sale. The home is an Erdman Prefab, built in 1957 (in Madison, later moved to its current location). The original client was Wright’s personal physician in the 1950s.
The home has been run as a bed and breakfast and it includes a rental unit (the lower level rental was not part of Wright’s design).
The bedroom wing of the Jackson house is 48 feet long and 22 feet wide, with three bedrooms, two baths and ample cabinet and closet storage. The master bedroom looks out over the landscape and has its own bathroom and 1950s shower. The kitchen, dining room and family room extend the house another 38 feet for a total structure of 86 feet. The living room opens onto a terrace and has extensive built-in cabinets throughout as well as huge stone fireplace. Large for a Wright design, the kitchen has an original built-in island and has been modernized with subzero refrigeration, new cabinets and granite counter tops. In the lower lever there is a media room, bedroom, family room (28’X18’), ¾ bath, kitchenette area and ample storage rooms. This level was not in the original design.
Asking price for the home is $800,000.