The Anderson House in Planned Frank Lloyd Wright Community in NY Asks $810K
$810,000 | Built 1950 | 1,856 Sq. Ft. | 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 0.95 Acres
6 Usonia Road, Pleasantville, New York, United States, 10570
Set on a 0.95 acre property in Pleasantville, New York, The Anderson House, designed by Wright’s engineer and designer, David Henken, is on the market for $810,000. Inviting entrance draws you in with its architectural overhead detail. Once inside, prepared to be wowed by the white epoxy floors and freshly painted walls all in juxtaposition to the rich wood details. Clean fresh lines provide the framing for nature as art as seen upon entering the main social spaces with views of the outdoors from every room. The original galley kitchen has been smartly updated opening to dining & living area for ease of entertaining family & friends. A wonderful wrap-around deck was created in keeping with the architecturally designed rising roofline. Listed as a three-bedroom home, we have staged the family room/art studio as a delightful master bedroom to show the flexibility of space. Curbed revealed in 2019, “Most of the homes in the planned community were not designed by Wright himself—instead they were approved and plotted out by the iconic architect and executed by his apprentices. Called Usonia, the district is now on the National Register of Historic Places and encompasses about 46 structures.” The Anderson House is on the market for $810,000 with Amy Via of Houlihan Lawrence.