Texan homebuyers are in for a treat: Frank Lloyd Wright’s sole Houston home is on the market. This geometric godsend features a windowless front wall, tall panes of glass in back, and Usonian-style bricks. Wright’s 1954 original design was a parallelogram, aiming for no right angles (which was the case until a previous owner added Ionic columns).Originally 1,800 square feet, the Bunker Hill Village Usonian design has been expanded to an 8,000 plus square foot home with 6 bedrooms and 7.5 baths. The expansion was built around an outdoor center courtyard, featuring a swimming pool and plenty of outdoor living space. It has a recently-reduced price tag of $2,000,000. Interested? Check out the listing.