The SpaceThe 4 bedrooms 2 1/2 bath LIFE Magazine Dream house is yours to live in as if it were your own. Whether it’s two days or two weeks, you will experience the genius of Frank Lloyd Wright in a way that a typical tour cannot provide. Imagine waking up in this magical space and watching the sun project an amazing light show on the red brick walls and red tidewater Cypress interior through the Wright designed clerestory windows. Perhaps itting in the the 63 foot long living room and reading a classic novel pulled from the shelves in the library or going down to the dock on the river to watch a sand hill crane land with a splash. Every turn will reveal a new detail that will reaffirm Wright's genius. Spend a quite evening around one of three fireplaces and marvel at thought that you are living in one of Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpieces!
Imagine watching the sun rising over the marsh, ushering in the morning light show as the clerestory patterns are projected onto the interior brick and cypress walls. Experience Frank Lloyd Wright’s vision for how the average American Family could live. Relax, slow down and let Wright’s genius unfold before you in a manner that is not possible on a typical house tour.
The brilliance of Frank Lloyd Wright’s vision can only be experienced fully by living in one of his creations. There is something magical almost spiritual about being in a Wright space that leaves one transformed.
Two Rivers is a Historic American fishing town where you can still go to the fish store and get fresh caught Lake Michigan White fish. enjoy a band in the town square band shell or visit one of the many museums in town. Two Rivers is the Quintessential Small town America where the clerk will actually measure your foot before selling you shoes in the 120 year old department store downtown. Come back in time and rest your mind and body. Experience brilliant architecture as well as how Americans lived in 1939. This is the Schwartz House and Two Rivers.
Winter at the Schwartz House is amazing with Two Fireplaces in the main living area you can snuggle up with a book, enjoy one of the many dvds about Frank Lloyd Wright or watch the the wildlife outside as the bird feeders become the social gathering place for the birds of the neighborhood.
The House has been featured on the Travel channel's Amazing Vacation Homes, The Fine Living Channel's Around the World in 80 Homes, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Dwell Magazine, Town and Country and about 20 other National and regional Magazines.
The standard rate is for 6 people. The maximum occupancy is 8 people. Each additional person over 6 is $50 per person per night to a maximum of 8 people. All listed rates include state and local lodging taxes. You must be at least 25 years old to rent the house unless arrangements have been made.
Bed and bath linens are provided, as well as a full line of kitchen cookware, miscellaneous cooking oils and seasonings, coffee, tea, sugar, flour, cooking and baking utensils, laundry soap, dishwasher soap etc... Simply pack you bags!
• Wireless Internet.
• The house is on a large lawn with many yard games.
• There are many games and books.
• A private dock to bird watch or fish from.
• Basically everything you would expect in a well stocked vacation home. Guest AccessGuests will have private access to the entire house during their stay Interaction with GuestsHosts will not be at the house during the stay The NeighborhoodTwo Rivers is a small vacation town located on the shore of Lake Michigan and, like the house, provides an experience of going back in time to a simpler way of life and living. There is a beach about a mile from the house that has been voted best beach in Wisconsin, a fish shop that offer freshly caught White fish in season, a 125 year old department store, a numerous museums in the area. Two Rivers is filled with delights and offers an experience of quintessential small town America. There are vintage Wisconsin supper clubs, a small town bowling alley, and on any given summer day a band playing in the town square bandshell. Getting AroundPublic transport is limited but available.