Frank Lloyd Wrights’ Circular Sun House in Phoenix Is Up For Sale!
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Circular Sun House in Phoenix is officially up for sale. The 3,095 square foot home is soon to be auctioned off on October 16. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Last Home is going to be auctioned by Heritage Auctions and it will blow your mind. A one of a kind home, this breathtaking mountain view is open for the taking!
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Built-in 1967, the last house of architect Frank Lloyd Wright was restored by one of his apprentices in 1994, John Rattenbury. Known as Norman Lykes House the house has breathtaking views of the mountains, is also going to be auctioned with all the furniture inside.
Sitting on 1.3 Acres the house features three bedrooms and three bathrooms, the house assemblies almost all the key points when it comes to Frank Lloyd Wright works.
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Located on the edge of the Phoenix Mountains Preserve, the home as a singular shape. With a circular appearance that offers a unique view of the city. With plenty of natural light seeping into the room, each morning seems hopeful as ever.
With an incredible home office design, the work of Wright’s boasts built-in furnishings crafted from Philippine mahogany as well as amazing storage units that give place to a unique place.
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One of the three bedrooms, this master bedroom has a one of a kind setting. With plenty of space for a relaxing time, the view of this place is majestic.
Now, onto a delicious setting, the pool is complete with mother of pearl tiles that give it a special feeling.
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