The curvaceous residence was conceived by architect Ted Van Fossen and sits in the coveted Rush Creek Village neighborhood in Worthington.
Consisting of around 50 homes, the community designed by Van Fossen was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. The residences each boast a different design, but all adhere to Wright’s Usonian aesthetic.
Built in 1958 with brick, stucco, and wood, this 2,185-square-foot, three-bedroom home is brimming with vintage style and curves.
As with Wright’s designs, it features built-in furnishings and walls of windows to allow in natural light and visually connect with nature. The living room comes with a curved banquette, a cozy wood-burning fireplace, and access to a koi pond and courtyard. The entryway is nearly concealed from view.
The property comes with a guesthouse and a double carport.
The guesthouse has a recently remodeled laundry room, custom storage, kitchenette, full bath, fireplace, and built-in furnishings. The space could work as a studio or office.
The median home list price in Worthington is $325,000, and this home was last sold in 2019 for $642,200.
Cynthia MacKenzie with CYMACK Real Estate has the listing.