This was a great tour of another Wright gem. The entrance is somewhat hidden, and like the house, is probably meant to blend in with its surroundings. Reservations are very limited and need to be booked far in advance. Our docent was extremely informative, engaging, and very proud and respecting of both the house and its Kraus history. We've been to several other Wright homes; each one has its design similarities and uniqueness. This smaller Utopian home makes use of the equilateral parallelogram inside and out, including of all things the odd size bed! Also unique to this Wright house is that Russell Kraus, a stained glass artist, was allowed to design his own glass windows. There's a small gift shop attached to the house, and you will notice that the patio is itself a parallelogram. Not recalling our docent's name, we did share a brief chat following her tour and discovered we have vacationed in in the same South Jersey beach town of Stone Harbor. Small house and small world!