Please join the AFC on Saturday, January 12 for a tour of one of only four houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the Cincinnati area.
The Boulter House was completed in 1956 toward the end of Frank Lloyd Wright’s career for Cedric and Patricia Boulter, Greek scholars at the University of Cincinnati. The linear home design was adapted to fit the hillside from its original proposed site. Wright designed an addition to the home as a maid’s quarters connected by a carport shortly after its completion, and the carport has been enclosed and converted into a dining space.
The home is currently owned by Chuck Lohre and Janet Groeber who have restored the home’s kitchen, carport and master bath. They have also made significant improvements in the home’s comfort and energy performance.
To manage the flow of visitors through the home, access will be scheduled on 15 minute intervals to assure that you have an opportunity to see the home at your leisure.
Please register on the AFC website for your preferred time.
Location: 1 Rawson Woods Circle
Cincinnati OH 45220
Date: January 12
Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Timed tours will occur every 15 minutes.
Schedule your tour on the AFC website.
Tickets: Free for AFC Corporate Partners and members
$35 for non-members
Parking: A remote parking lot will be identified. A shuttle bus will transport visitors to the home.
Accessibility: Attendees will have to navigate stairs to see the home.