While Wright was working on the hotel and bank project, a local physician asked him to design a home. The Stockman House, completed in 1908, is Iowa's only Wright-designed Prairie Style home and open to the public on tours. The house is Wright's take on middle class housing in "A Fireproof House for $5,000."
It is now on the National register of Historic Places, but it too was almost lost as plans were to tear it down for a church parking lot. The city acquired it and moved it to its present location.
Another seven homes were designed by three other Wright protegees. All are part of the Rock Crest-Rock Glen National Historic District. All homes are private but you can do a walking tour of their exteriors.
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