This home has no boundaries. A Frank Lloyd Wright inspired organic home featuring 600 tons of sedimentary stone quarried from eastern Oklahoma. From the floors to the walls to the outdoor terraces, this home truly captures the essence of integrating the outdoors to the inside and preserving the integrity of the surrounding land. It was constructed by commercial standards utilizing 30,000 pieces of block which support its steel frame. This extraordinary house was built according to Wright's Golden Rule''. True to the Wright concept of repetition, the custom design of the fixtures, furniture and cherry wood cabinets are consistent throughout the house. The screened porch is built on a true cantilever held up by beams of solid concrete. Of the 600 tons of stone in the house, NOT ONE WAS CUT. Surrounded by rolling hills in northeast Ann Arbor and nestled into the brow of a hill overlooking Fleming Creek, this home took 3 years to build.