In 1997, The Graycliff Conservancy saved the property from demolition, and is dedicated to restoring and preserving the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Graycliff estate as a publicly-accessible landmark.
Sitting on the bluffs above Lake Erie in Derby, NY, Graycliff was the summer home of Darwin and Isabelle Martin, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built between 1926 and 1931. The three buildings at Graycliff total over 9,000 square feet, all situated on 8.5 acres of land.
Graycliff's interior restoration has been completed, and the landscape and tennis court restoration will continue through Spring of 2019.
The Graycliff Conservancy offers tours, from "Just the Basics" to a variety of specialized tours, all led by a trained docents. Tours are by reservation.