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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Last Home Goes up For Auction | Presented By DeLena Ciamacco

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Last Home Goes up For Auction By Nancy A. Ruhling |  Originally Published On September 25, 2019  |  Mansion Global

The 3,095-square-foot Phoenix estate was last listed for $2.65 million

Frank Lloyd Wright’s legendary Circular Sun House in Phoenix, the last residence he designed, will be sold at a live, on-site unreserved auction on Oct. 16.
 
The estate, which has been on and off the market since 2016, was originally priced at $3.6 million.
It is currently listed for $2.65 million with The Agency. It will be auctioned by Dallas-based Heritage Auctions, which announced the sale on Sept. 5.
It is currently listed for $2.65 million with The Agency, which put it on the market about two years ago, listing agent Jack Luciano said. It will be auctioned by Dallas-based Heritage Auctions, which announced the sale on Sept. 5.