THE LAST HOME FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT DESIGNED
The last home Frank Lloyd Wright designed is in Phoenix, Arizona and on the market for 3.6 million. All of his homes have names. I’ve featured several of them like the Hunt House and the Gridley Residence. The final home Frank Lloyd designed is named the Norman Lykes Home.
The house is curvaceous and carved into the desert landscape featuring whole and half concrete circles. Even the pool shape takes the form of a half-moon.
The details say the house is “a beautifully sculpted home atop Palm Canyon and boasts some of the most spectacular views of the valley.”
Frank Lloyd Wright died in 1959. His apprentice completed construction of the Norman Lykes home in 1967.
The last home Frank Lloyd Wright designed has:
- 3 bedrooms
- 3 baths
- 2,849 square feet and…..
- all the furniture in the home is included so new owners can just move right in.
The man was a master of design the way his homes often blend into the landscape and take their color and shape from surrounding elements.
The house has amazing symmetry from the patio shape to the roof lines and windows.
NEW OWNERS WILL GET ALL THE ORIGINAL FURNITURE LIKE THIS NICE BUILT-IN SOFA.
WHEN NOT IN USE HIDDEN DOORS CAN CLOSE THE BAR WITH SINK AREA.
CONTINUING THE CIRCLE THEME, EVEN THE ISLAND AND CEILING LIGHT ARE CIRCLES.
GET A LOAD OF THE CURVY KITCHEN COUNTERTOP.
VERY SPECIAL HOME OFFICE DESK, SHELVES, BUILT-INS AND THE FUN CRESCENT-SHAPED WINDOWS.
THIS IS PROBABLY THE MASTER BEDROOM SINCE IT HAS WALLS OF WINDOWS AND BEAUTIFUL VIEWS.
BATHROOM – THEY WERE NOT KIDDING WHEN THEY SAID THE LAST HOME FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT DESIGNED HAS AN ABUNDANCE OF BUILT-INS LIKE THE VANITY AREA.
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