There is no questioning the architectural pedigree of 8 Usonia Road in New York State.
Located in the woodland enclave of Usonia, the Scheinbaum Residence was built in 1949 by Ted Bower, a graduate of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin School and expanded in 1957 by Aaron Reisner, one of the founders and chief architects of Usonia.
Employing the stylistic tenets of native materials, relaxed open living and proximity to nature, the 3,246-sq-ft residence pivots around a hexagonal central living space lined by windows. Poured cement floors, white walls, wood accents and skylights contribute to a distinct midcentury modern feel, while the large front deck slopes gently into the forest.
The four-bedroom US property is on the market with Houlihan Lawrence with an asking price of $1.295m.