The Rosenbaum House, originally designed at 1540 square feet and built in 1939, is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian-style plans — created to provide affordable housing to middle-income families. Later, as the Rosenbaum family's needs grew, a 1048 square foot addition was also designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1948, including a larger kitchen and guest bedroom.
Just before the turn of the century, a sizeable effort was undertaken by the City of Florence to restore the home after purchasing it from The Rosenbaum family. The home is now open to visitors interested in viewing a piece of architectural history.
The Rosenbaum House
601 Riverview Drive
Florence, AL 35630