(This page contains listings for Web sites, images, etc the 4 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in New Jersey

Frank Lloyd Wright's work in New Jersey spanned 14 years, starting in 1940, and consisted of four residences. None of these four buildings have Internet links or images yet. The links on this web page were updated during February 1998.

This web page is part of the All-Wright Site - Frank Lloyd Wright Building Guide (part of the All-Wright Site), which contains geographically organized listings of Wright's works in many states.. Please see this page for more information on how the Building Guide is organized.
You can also check out the Wright buildings in nearby states:

Individual building listings:

James B. Christie House, (#278), Bernardsville, New Jersey, 1940.
This is a large, flat-roofed L-style home.

Stuart Richardson House (#282), Glen Ridge, New Jersey, 1941.
This home is similar to the Usonian style, but it uses more brick.

J.A. Sweeton House, (#325), Cherry Hill, New Jersey, 1950
This house is built on a "T" plan. The peaked red root used to be laid out in overlapping boards, but is now covered with asbestos shingles.

Abraham Wilson House, (#366), Millstone, New Jersey, 1954.
This two-story house is constructed from concrete block, with wood trim.

Background graphic from Dafydd Cyhoeddwr derived from Coonley Playhouse art glass.

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