"Wright designed a cruciform plan that provides three exposures for the living and dining rooms. The three second-floor bedrooms also enjoy three exposures to maximize light and ventilation.
The House features a first-floor veranda and second-floor balconies (often used in those days for warm-weather sleeping) in a compact arrangement.
A 1981 addition expanded the kitchen and added a family room and large terrace to the rear of the house."
--Cannon, P. F. (2006). Hometown Architect: the complete buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park and River Forest, Illinois. San Francisco: Pomegranate. p.122-124