Great painting, Nancy. Just a few tweaks in the design might help, and yes, one-point perspective will work great for this.
Secret of great perspective? Many, but here's one: One-point Perspective applies to one "volume" or "shape". This means an artist/designer can apply a one-point perspective vanishing point as many times as s/he would wish in the same drawing. For example, three Buildings? We could, if it helps, use three vanishing points, one per building, each one a one-point perspective.
That could work here - three points across the same horizon line, one for each house all in one point perspective.
But I've stuck to a single vanishing point at the centre (shown here) for the three houses. Then I raised the vanishing point/horizon line up (vp not shown in sketch) just a titch as I drew the roof top lines/gutters for the houses on left and on the right. Then I raised the vanishing point/ horizon line up (vp not shown in sketch) just a titch more to rough in the paths. Do the lines precisely meet for the paths, no but I think it works.
Being respectful of your design, here's a rough thumbnail sketch to illustrate how this might work:
Minor detail. I think I sketched the centre box a little narrow compared to your design.
Hope this helps in using one-point perspective. Cheers!