The Sondern/Adler house
The Clarence Sondern house was designed in 1939 and built in 1940. It is located in the Roanoak neighborhood near the KU Medical Center. The house was only 900 sq ft when originally built. It is a single level with a flat roof.
The house is sometimes called the Sonder/Adler house referring to Arnold Adler, the second owner of the house. Adler hired Wright to design and build an expansion of the home in 1948. The size of the house was increased to just over 2900 sq ft.
You can arrange to stay overnight at the Sonder/Adler home through Airbnb for about $300 per night.
The Bott house
The Bott house was designed and built for Frank and Eloise Bott in 1957. The story goes that the Botts visited Wright at Taliesin to plead with him to design a home for them. When Wright learned they had just purchased a lot on the edge of a hill overlooking Kansas City, he was sold.
The house sits on a steep bluff and is supported by a large stone wall. Wright utilized his desert stone system extensively throughout the home in both the exterior and interior walls. The home maintains his familiar L shape with a car port on the end. Because of it's placement on the bluff, the home offers an almost 180 degree view of the area. Eloise Bott lived in the home until 1987.