This exceptional Frank Lloyd Wright-style home in the Preston Hollow neighborhood of Dallas, Texas, offers an unsurpassed pedigree for those who appreciate Wright’s work. It was designed by John Rattenbury, who was an apprentice under Wright and senior architect at Taliesin West when he designed this secluded Preston Hollow residence. The home’s interior designer, Kay Rattenbury, had lived and studied with the Wrights since she was 14 years old. The result is a stunning residence that is as close to a Frank Lloyd Wright house as one could possibly achieve in the 1990s when it was built. Located on a cul-de-sac minutes from Dallas’ most respected private schools, 9100 Guernsey is in harmony with nature and blends seamlessly with the surrounding wooded grounds of approximately 1.334 acres. The front door opens to an entryway with a large planter box and a series of skylights that provide generous natural light. Ahead is the striking living room with a floor-to-ceiling wall of glass offering views of the wooded grounds. The island kitchen, with Gaggenau and Sub-Zero appliances, opens to the living room and dining room and features views of the pool and the spacious grounds beyond. The master bedroom offers a raised ceiling, sliding-glass doors that open to a terrace, a fireplace, a wet bar and ample built-in cabinetry. The master bath, with several skylights, a sunken tub and a separate large shower, opens to a private courtyard. The study features two walls of bookshelves, a fireplace and a wall of glass. As is characteristic with the rest of the residence, the home’s secondary bedrooms offer generous natural light and ample built-ins. The spacious entertainment area offers access to the pool area. The exceptionally large backyard is highlighted by the large pool and a hot tub set above spacious wooded grounds. Truly a rare find, 9100 Guernsey offers an architecturally significant home in perfect harmony with its secluded Preston Hollow surroundings.