Nathan G. Moore House (1895, 1923)
333 Forest Avenue

Designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
(Open for tours during summer months. )
No visitor can see this house without stopping to marvel. It is one of the best examples of Wright's style in the years 1894-96 period. In 1895, Wright's friend and neighbor, Nathan Moore, came to him with the commision for an expensive residence to be designed in the English Tudor style. With the depression at hand, a growing family, and just starting out on his own, Wright agreed, and delivered. The design featured high gables, half-timbering in the upper story, complex medieval chimneys, and diamond-pane casement windows. More Views