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As usual, the rampant practice of describing something as "Wrightean" just because it was designed by an architect who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright is pretty far off with Curbed National's House of the Day, a rehabbed 1956 dwelling by David Henken. It's tempting to let that bit of brokerbabble slide, though, given the sheer gorgeousness of the place, which sits on two acres in Pound Ridge, New York, and was built on a rock outcropping that juts into the living room. The full tour, this way. [Curbed National]