The Norman Lykes House was the last project of Frank Lloyd Wright, completed after his death by John Rattenbury in 1967. And it’s now on sale for $8.95 million, according to Mansion Global. “It is one of the greatest unions of architecture and art in all of Phoenix,” listing agent Deanna Peters of HomeSmart said in a statement.
“This circular home with rounded windows and walls, custom built-in furniture, and a crescent-shaped pool is perched on a mountain overlooking Phoenix with a 180-degree view from the living room. Spectacular inside and out, yet noticeably calming, its curves follow the mountain backdrop,” said Anne Stupp, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Board of Trustees.
Norman Lykes House is located in the upscale neighborhood of Palm Canyon, the midcentury stunner now measures 3,095 square feet (287.5349 sqm) and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms spread across two levels.
And also, Crosby Doe Associates has listed the historic Los Banos residence, 1961 Frank Lloyd Wright ‘s ‘The Fawcett Farm’, for $4.25 million and it’s still on sale a few months ago.