Francis J. Woolley House (1893)
1030 Superior Street

Designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
(This is a private residence and does not offer tours.)
This house, built for attorney Francis Woolley in 1893, is typical of Wright's early designs of low-cost residences. Its high pitched hip roof, polyginal and rectangular dormers, polygonal bay windows and foundation walls of rough stones laid in irregular courses are reminiscent of the picturesque manner of Wright's first teacher, Joseph Silsbee. Front View.