A Hidden Frank Lloyd Wright Home In Glen Ridge Can Be Yours: The Stuart Richardson House

If you missed your chance at owning the closest Frank Lloyd Wright home to midtown Manhattan, you have another chance now. The Stuart Richardson Houses, which sold for $999,000 in 2016, is back on the market this week for $1,200,000.

Invisible from the street and tucked away behind gates on a wooded half-acre plot, the 1,800-square-foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, mid-century modern home, designed in 1941 and built in 1951, evokes a hidden oasis, featuring a stream and pond along the entry path and a heated, in-ground swimming pool in the verdant backyard.

This Frank Lloyd Wright home in Glen Ridge – The Stuart Richardson House – is back on the market.

And if you want to get a glimpse of the home that USA Today named one of the “25 Must-See Buildings in New Jersey,” along with the Statue of Liberty and George Washington Bridge, you can drop by the open house this Saturday and Sunday, from 1-4 p.m., at 63 Chestnut Hill Place, Glen Ridge.

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