|Home area||2,553 sqft|
|Lot Area||5 acres|
COMPLETED IN 1952
Realized by Frank Lloyd Wright and considered to be a precursor to the famous Guggenheim Museum in New York City, the David and Gladys Wright House is one of three unusual spiral designs. The concrete block home sits on approximately 5.9 acres in the prominent Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix with sweeping views of Camelback Mountain.
The 2,200 square foot, three bedroom main house has been partially updated, but requires additional rehabilitation, including necessary structural and electrical repairs. The offer includes reproductions of the signature “March Balloons’’ carpet designed by Wright for the living room and a dining table and chairs. The 360 square foot, one bedroom guest house has been recently restored.
EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A TRUE WORK OF ART
Additional Buildings / Amenities
- Carriage House
- Finished Basement
- Guest Cottage