Nestled in grassy fields on 10.5 acres in the Sugar Creek area of Kirkwood, Mo., the Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park is a unique and significant residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, widely recognized as the greatest American architect of the 20th century. This 1,900-square-foot residence built for Russell and Ruth Kraus was the architects
first building in the St. Louis area, and is one of only five Wright designs in
Missouri. It is an excellent example of Wrights democratic vision, intended to provide middle-class Americans with beautiful architecture at an affordable cost.
The home is notable not only for its architectural integrity, but for retaining
all of its original Wright-designed furnishings and fabrics. The home is listed
on the National Register of Historic Places because of its significance in American architecture.
Sorry, FLWHEP is not available for rentals.
Click for locator map and information on tours. For more historical information, please go to the Kraus House History page.
Applications are currently being accepted for the position of Administrative/Development Director at the FLWHEP. Please check the Rome Group job listing for more information about how qualified applicants can apply. The application period closes August 30, 2014.
The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park
House Address: 120 North Ballas Road Kirkwood, Missouri 63122
Mailing Address: 40 Upper Ladue Road St. Louis, Missouri 63124