Phoenix Frank Lloyd Wright house back on the market

The asking price for the historical home is a touch lower this time round

Jan.January 28, 2018 12:00 PM

Architect Frank Lloyd Wright, right; his Norman Lykes House,1959-1967, left. (Credit: Marine 69-71/Wikimedia Commons, back)

With a slightly lower asking price of $3.25 million famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s last house is back on the market.

The 3,095-square-foot house was designed by Wright in 1959 and completed in 1967, shortly after his death by a former apprentice. The house is known for its circular design and open concept floorplan, the house provides panoramic views of Phoenix and Palm Canyon, according to Architect magazine.

The three-bedroom (converted from its original five bedrooms) was last listed in 2016 for $3.5 million. Arizona brokerage The Agency is handling the listing.

Though the authenticity of the design is not under question, as can sometimes become a factor for architecturally significant buildings, Wright’s properties are by no means a slam dunk for brokers to sell. [Architect] — Erin Hudson

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