Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House is well-maintained in Buffalo, New York. The Martin House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is widely regarded as one of his most exceptional prairie-style residences and a hallmark of his early career. It is a remarkable example of 20th-century architecture, comprising multiple structures that make up an estate commissioned by Darwin D. Martin. The estate includes the Martin House, the Barton Building, a carriage house with living quarters, and stables for the chauffeur. During tours of the estate, visitors can explore the house and its furnishings, the surrounding countryside, and an impressive collection of art glass, all of which come together to form an integrated masterpiece of architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House also offers educational tours and workshops catering to people of all ages and abilities interested in topics related to architecture, design, and landscaping.