The Frank Lloyd Wright designed Carl Schultz House was the last Wright-designed building in Michigan.
The expansive 3,850 square-foot four-bedroom residence expresses the culmination of the mature Wright Usonian style.
The Schultz House is located on over three wooded acres on the St. Joseph River. But unlike most of Wright's Usonian designs, which typically hug a horizontal landscape, the Schultz house is sited at the edge of a neighborhood and on the crest of a steep ravine.
The focal point of the design is a cantilevered terrace that dramatically juts from the bluff and overlooks the St. Joseph River 80 feet below.