Do You Have An Extra Few Million Laying Around

Dated: 02/04/2016

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Recent lottery winners who can’t live without an architecturally significant desert home are in luck: The very last residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright has gone on the market.

Priced at $3.6 million, the Norman Lykes house is based on sketches by the great architect, who died in April of 1959 before finishing this particular design. Completed by Wright apprentice John Rattenbury, with whom Wright conferred about the structure, the sketches became real seven years later, when Lykes built it on the site Wright had chosen himself near 36th Street and Lincoln. Click here for more on this gorgeous home.

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