Rush Creek Village is one of the most interesting neighborhoods in Central Ohio.
This Worthington neighborhood consists of 49 homes, designed and built in the 1950s in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright. The first house established in Rush Creek Village was for the Wakefield family.
The Wakefields had originally wanted Frank Lloyd Wright to design their home, but they instead opted to work with a local architect to design and build their dream property.
Theodore Van Fossen, a graduate of the New Bauhaus school in Chicago, had worked on the construction of many of Wright’s buildings at the time and teamed up with the Wakefields to design their home as well as the 50-lot neighborhood.
Homes in the exclusive neighborhood rarely go on sale, but if you’re on the hunt currently, you’re in luck. 554 White Oak Place has just hit the market for $585,000.
The home sits on a nearly half-acre lot and inside, you’ll find four bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Known as the Weiss house, this home is one of the earliest homes built in Rush Creek Village. According to the listing, the home is one of the few original homes in the neighborhood that doesn’t have an addition.
From the cedar shingles to the vaulted ceilings, this home is full of character.
The home is basically a time capsule that’s been simultaneously perfectly preserved and perfectly updated. There are high-end appliances and plenty of natural light, and the home has so much authentic charm.
If you want to see more of the property, you can check out the full listing, right here.