Dorothy H. Turkel House
|Dorothy H. Turkel House|
|Location||2760 West 7 Mile Road
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Frank Lloyd Wright|
The Dorothy H. Turkel House is a private residence located at 2760 West 7 Mile Road in north-central Detroit, Michigan, within the Palmer Woods neighborhood. It was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1956.
The Dorothy H. Turkel House is the only Wright-designed building within the city limits of Detroit. The spacious, two-story residence also represents a rare example of Usonian design, since the "Usonian Homes" were typically small, single-story dwellings. It was recently restored, after years of neglect and vacancy, at a reported cost of one million dollars.
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