10 12 New on the Market – Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice’s Home in Seward Park POSTED BY Drew Meyers COMMENTS You may have seen Curbed Seattle picked up a brand new mid-century gem that just came on the market in Seward Park, a home by Milton Stricker. Milton was an apprentice of none other than Frank Lloyd Wright (who we’ve written about most recently here). The 5 bed 2.5 bath 3,243 square foot home, built in 1963, is listed at $799,000. From Milton’s website: Milton Stricker received his architectural education at Carnegie Mellon University (formerly known as Carnegie Institute of Technology) 1947-1950. In his final semester he left to join the Frank Lloyd Wright Fellowship and apprenticed for one year in 1951-1952. He opened his own office in 1962, practicing in Seattle, the Northwest and Alaska. His work was devoted to the cause of Organic Architecture with uncompromising integrity. The Seward Park listing, located at 5409 South Lucile Street, Seattle WA 98118, can be seen on 360modern here: http://360modern.com/blog/blog/washington/modernhome/1037170 (login required) If you’re curious to see a few other Stricker homes, a showcase can be found here. Related PostsGeorge Nakashima: Master of Organic ModernismTouring Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconic FallingwaterDivine Mid Century Modern ChurchesThanking William Krisel, one of the founders of ModernityOne-of-a-Kind Mid Century Modern Home Hits the Market in Carefree, AZ This entry was posted in Mid-Century Modern, Seattle and tagged Frank Lloyd Wright, Milton Stricker. Bookmark the permalink.