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Usonian home in Ohio wants $490K

Clearly inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture

Exterior shot of handsome two story home with large wood-trimmed windows and wraparound wood details set amid a grassy site.
The 1987 home is located in the historic Rush Creek Village.
Photos via Ohio Broker Direct

Everything is coming up Frank-Lloyd-Wright today on what would have been his 150th birthday. The architect’s influence continues to be seen in homes all across the country, and this one in Worthington, Ohio, is no exception.

The 2,700-square-foot three-bedroom is located in Rush Creek Village, a community founded in 1954 based on the principle’s of Wright’s Usonian architecture and considered the largest one in the nation. The town is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The home itself features strong lines, natural materials, and a flowing floor plan that optimizes family living. Built-in furniture, expansive windows, skylights, and other details combine to create a spacious yet cozy environment from which to enjoy the surrounding sites, including gardens and a creek.

Rounding out the split-level home are an eat-in kitchen, dining area, family room, guest suite, deck, patio, and balcony. Located at 195 East South Street, it’s offered at $490,000. Have a look.

Via: Ohio Broker Direct, Estately