For $12.9 million, one can now live in one of the most playful and innovative homes in the world. The Most Expensive Homes blog has come to find out that the astonishing David and Gladys Wright Home, which was designed by the legendary architect, Frank Lloyd Wright has hit the market. Otherwise known as the Spiralling House, this one place features a circular design that cools the house down by capturing the wind.
The three-bedroom, four-bath mansion features the characteristic rounded style of Frank Lloyd Wright and is located in Arizona, more precisely in the Arcadia neighbourhood. The 2,500-square-foot residence features a concrete structure that is raised on columns.
The highly original home has a cantilevered, spiral walkway that wraps itself around a kitchen tower. Here, a secondary ramp gives access to a roof terrace that also has a plunge pul and a shade garden, giving it a complete oasis feel.
The magical interiors brim with concrete-block details and hand-cut Philippine mahogany that give it a unique aesthetic. It is further enhanced by the presence of custom-made furnishings, including the extraordinary carpet in the living room.
Besides all of this, the house has quite the history. As we previously mentioned, it belonged to David and Gladys Wright until their unfortunate death. Then, in 2012, Zach Rawling bought the property, nevertheless, just last year, the house was donated as a learning center to benefit the School of Architecture in Taliesin and now it finds itself for sale for $12.9M, so this could be your opportunity to live in such a beautiful place as this one.
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