Midcentury home, the last designed before the architects death, is nestled on the edge of a mountain preserve
An Arizona house that was the last home designed by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright before his death sold on Wednesday for nearly $1.7m.
Out of nearly 20 bids at a public auction for the Norman Lykes House, the winning bid came from a man who lives out of state, Heritage Auctions told the Associated Press.
He did not wish to be identified but said that he plans to keep the home intact and use it as a vacation home, spokesman Eric Bradley said.
Nicknamed the Circular Sun House, the Phoenix property has been on and off the market over the last few years.