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So here goes ... does anyone have any information, thoughts on the Ernest Vosburgh cottage in Grand Beach, Michigan. I note that not much seems to be written about the cottages/summer homes Wright designed. Perhaps this is because so many have been altered to such a great degree. Its seems, at least to me however, that Vosburgh may still be in decent shape. Based on "Wright on the Market" the house was sold a few years ago. I like Vosburgh's design, though the location of the patio and terrace seem a bid odd.
VP Graycliff Consrvancy Inc.
http://www.buffalohomeshow.com/Media/Me ... 0Homes.doc