A month after it was listed for the first time ever, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s largest Usonian homes sold for $300,000 over its asking price.
Also known as the Keland house, the Wisconsin property has been owned by the same family for the past 68 years, per the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy.
The six-bedroom home was built in 1956 for Karen Johnson Boyd of the SC Johnson family, John Waters, the preservation programs manager at the conservancy, told Insider.
Boyd lived in the Keland House up until her death in 2016 at age 91, per her obituary. Her widower, William Boyd, died in 2020, per his obituary.
SC Johnson is the manufacturing giant behind cleaning supplies and consumer chemicals including Windex, Glade, and Ziploc.