The B. Harley Bradley House is the first of Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie School period. This style became Wright's best known. For the decade after the Bradley House design, Wright's commissions were often derived from this plan and included elements first seen as all in one location at the Bradley House.
Following an extensive restoration (2005-08), the Bradley House now can be appreciated by architecture fans from around the world. The home is situated on a one-acre scenic lot on the banks of the Kankakee River. Next door is another Wright-designed home, Hickox House, which is privately owned. These homes sit within the western end of the Riverview Historic District, an area of beautiful homes on tree-lined streets.
Wright In Kankakee is pleased to offer you the opportunity to tour the Bradley House, browse for fine gifts in the Gift Shop or host your special event surrounded by the gracious designs of Frank Lloyd Wright. Event rental information can be found here.
Support the community efforts to acquire and preserve the B. Harley Bradley House. A matching money program will double all memberships, contributions, and pledges, until June 2016.