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Driven by an urge to downsize, the writer Nicholas D. Hayes and his wife, Angela, snapped up a 960-square-foot Frank Lloyd Wright-designed American-System Built Home in Shorewood, WI.

In 2016, he and his family moved into the two-bedroom, one-bathroom home just north of Milwaukee. Built in 1917, the home’s small footprint was what lured them in. But Hayes was captivated when he learned that the home—known as the Elizabeth Murphy House—was designed by a star architect.

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