The Last Home Frank Lloyd Wright Ever Designed Hits the Market for $7,950,000

Meet the Circular Sun House, our new dream home in Phoenix, Arizona.

Alright, it may be outside of the South. And it may be outside of our budget. But we can't stop swooning for the fabulous Norman Lykes House, also known as the Circular Sun House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and now listed for $7,995,000 on with realtor Deanna Peters. In these stunning photos from Casey Pickard of, you can see just how truly remarkable the one-of-a-kind space—which boasts a swimming pool, breathtaking views of Palm Canyon, ample space for entertaining, and more—is. The residence was the last home Wright designed, in 1967, and is located at 6836 North 36th Street in Phoenix, Arizona.

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As the final home the famed architect created, the unique abode is celebrated for a variety of standout features, but most especially its overlapping concentric circles floor plan—one of 14 circular homes designed by FLW during his distinguished career. With three bedrooms and three bathrooms, the 3,095-square-foot home is erected on the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, making the most of the natural landscape it inhabits. With Arizona's well known hot climate, be sure to look for us in the crescent-shaped pool, which features mother of pearl tile. Other items of note include the stainless wrapped kitchen counters, honed Italian rose marble in the main bathroom, handpicked slate floors from India, and new flat-screen televisions in all of the bedrooms, you know, if you need a break from viewing all that majestic scenery. See the listing on here.

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If you can't get enough of Frank Lloyd Wright's work, take yourself on a virtual tour of his Hollyhock House in East Hollywood or read our guide to Frank Lloyd Wright's homes in the South.

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Now, who's got $8 million to spare so we can plan our next family reunion in the Valley of the Sun? What a glorious time that would be.

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