Usonian Inn, Wisconsin, for Sale

We love to spot great preservation efforts, and in this case, The Usonian Inn LLC, originally named the Rest Haven Motel, is already on the National Register of Historic places, however, what a deal:

courtesy of Usonian Inn Facebook Page
courtesy of Usonian Inn Facebook Page

Location: E5116 Hwy 14, Spring Green, WI 53588
$655,900

Turn key operation, excellent investment. Spring Green’s first original Taliesin inspired Inn. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s apprentice, J.C. Caraway. Green cert., 11 unit motel with prime Hwy 14 frontage. All units tastefully remodeled with the Frank Lloyd Wright dcor. Integrated 3 bedroom living quarters with private deck and 2 car garage. Nearby attractions, Taliesin, The House on the Rock, golf courses, American Players Theatre, state parks, bike trails, WI River. License and inventory incl.

The Usonian Inn was the first Highway lodging between Madison and LaCrosse WI on US Hwy 14. The hotel was on the drafting board in 1950, open for business in 1952, refurbished in 1992, and went through a designer makeover in 2008.

The Usonian style, as conceived by Frank Lloyd Wright, is “architecture for everyone,” combining readily available materials and straight-forward construction in harmony with the natural settings; nowadays known as green, sustainable concept.

Nestled in a park-like setting just blocks away from the downtown shops and restaurants, the Usonian (yoo-so-neee-an) Inn, is Spring Green’s first Talliesin inspired motel.

For more information:

Usonianinn.com

 Circa – Usonian Inn

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