Though these homes were not designed by Wright himself, their designs were approved by the architect, who also plotted out where each of them would be built within the 100-acre enclave.
David Henken designed this three-bedroom in 1950, and its unique floorplan is all right triangles and sharp corners. Measuring 1,856 square feet, the residence features expanses of glass, wood paneling, exposed beams, fireplace, and the afore-mentioned triangular rooms that are positioned to maximize indoor-outdoor living. Located at 6 Usonia Road, it’s offered at $750,000.
Four bedrooms and two baths make up this 1,930-square-foot passive solar home designed by Kaneji Domoto. Arranged around a massive stone hearth, the midcentury residence combines geometric volumes clad in glass that bring the outdoors in. The main living area boasts clerestory windows and expansive glazing, flowing into the dining area and skylit kitchen. Wood paneling, tiling, and concrete floors are found throughout. Located at 26 Usonia Road, the property, which sits on just over an acre, is listed at $875,000.
The largest and priciest of the three, the 2,473-square-foot home perches on a hill and boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and an expansive deck and wrap around balcony that take in the verdant views from all directions. Deep roof overhangs create an impressive front entrance and driveway, while stained glass details and Asian-inspired woodwork are clearly inspired by Wright’s architecture. 29 Usonia Road’s listing price is $1.2 million.