This Usonian two hours north of Madison, Wisconsin, features Wright trademarks like a long horizontal roof and clerestory windows.
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The historic Balogh House appears to float in the woods, thanks to a striking use of negative space.
The four-acre property runs along the Little Econ River.
Tucked into a grove of trees on 10 acres, this home blends a rustic timber facade with a more modern interior.
A Wright-designed Usonian just hit the market in Lake Forest, about 45 minutes north of Chicago.
Located near Zilker Park in Austin, this four-bedroom ranch blends recent updates with midcentury flair.
The revamp embraces the house’s midcentury heritage while updating the interior layout and finishes throughout.
This custom shipping container home has it all—mountain views, balconies galore, and a secret subterranean room.
The posthumously-built Wright design features a cantilevered section that juts out 28 feet over the lake.
The Victorian brick building was once the guard house for a much larger Second Empire mansion located on the banks of the Hudson River.
Featured in season five of HGTV’s ‘Fixer Upper’, this cozy Waco cottage has plenty of Chip and Joanna’s farmhouse style.
The three-bedroom home was built in 1974 by George Reynoldson, an architect known for unique homes that use solar principles and salvaged materials.
Located in Newport, Rhode Island, the imposing brick building started life as a fire station in 1887.
Designed by California architect Mickey Muennig, the home features a jaw-dropping bridge with panoramic ocean views.
The Kennedy family used to summer at Wildmoor, a shingled East Hamptons house a few blocks from the ocean.
Ai Weiwei’s only U.S. residence includes a 3,500-square-foot main house, a Y-shaped guest house, and a serene pool.
Designed by prolific local architect Frank Weise, this boxy white home has a ton of original features.
Pops of green balance wide-plank wooden floors in this just-listed artist’s retreat.
Once billed as a teardown, this 1963 home has been renovated with a fresh take on midcentury style.
Part of an archipelago of more than 100 islands, Jepson Island comes with a cottage, dock, and mooring.
At this barn home in Nebraska, farmhouse style meets Western flair.
Built to resemble a Loire Valley castle, this historic chateaux features a chauffeur’s waiting room, a sewing room, darkroom, coatcheck room, and more.
The goal of the unusual siding is to create a facade that will age and "develop a patina that reflects time through material changes."
This bright and airy 3,000-square-foot retreat balances a plethora of white with indigo blue and reclaimed wood.
The home features hand-hewn beams, stone construction, and expansive windows that let the outdoors in.
In this three-bedroom Utah home, walls of glass are balanced by warm mahogany.
Nestled into the hillside, the two-story home features original stone walls, sun-shading overhangs, and a cantilevered staircase that leads to a reflection pool.
Located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, this five-bedroom house features a new addition with guest suite and rooftop patio.