May 28, 2013
Frank Lloyd Wright created a series of affordable home designs in the mid-1930s that he called "Usonian".
And while Usonian homes were designed as smaller, more efficient homes, they still carried much of the quality, character, and uniqueness of Wright's more elaborate and well-known homes.
That was important to our client, but what happens when a unique home like this goes up for sale?
"I just wanted to let you know I am in contract to sell the house...it was on the market one day. It went on the MLS at about 2:30; I got a showing request at 3:15, they came at 5:30, and then made an offer the next morning. I thought you'd like to know that a Richard Taylor house doesn't sit around on the market for months, lol."
See more of this home here.
Need expert Residential Architectural advice for your new home or remodeling project? Contact Richard Taylor, AIA at RTA Studio to arrange a meeting or an online consultation.