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Stay in this 1964 E. Fay Jones Home in the Heart of Memphis, TN

If you’re not familiar with E. Fay Jones, he was an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright and was his only disciple to receive the AIA Gold Medal. Which is the highest honor given by the American Institute of Architects. He’s known for the three glass chapels in Arkansas along with 135 houses and 12 other chapels throughout 20 different states.

This one, in particular, was built in 1964 for the Hunter Couple; they had to convince Jones to build this home in Memphis. It features 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living spaces, a dining room, kitchen, an office, and other nooks and crannies. This mid-century gem has so many things that make it stand out…heartwood tidewater cypress, 300 wood cabinets, custom light fixtures, water features, and so much more. Outside you can find sculpted gardens, a creek, and a pond.

Book your stay at this property

There are a ton of open dates and this can host 9 guests!

Anybody else get the sudden urge to walk on the roof when they saw the cover picture? Just me?

This home has 5 stars on Airbnb, read why:

  • The Hunter House was an incredible place to stay for my family – four adults in Memphis for a funeral. If a guest ever wants to experience what it’s like to live in facsimile of a Frank Lloyd Wright house – this is it. The detail in every aspect – lights, wood, stone – remarkable! I only wish it had been another season (not winter) so the landscape could be enjoyed.
  • Amazing place. Really fun. If your staying in Memphis this is a must

Some things to keep in mind before booking, pets are not allowed, parties and events cannot be held here, the fireplace cannot be used, furniture cannot be moved, and only small cars can be parked under the carport.

We have featured another E. Fay Jones home in the past, check it out: