Even among Frank Lloyd Wright’s scores of iconic properties, this sweeping spiral house stands out. The Arizona home, which the celebrated architect built for his son David in the 1950s, just sold for $7.25 million.
The deal wraps up a two-year effort to sell the estate, which originally listed for $12.95 million in 2018 before a price cut last year brought the tag down to a buck shy of $10 million.
According to the listing, the custom home is one of three spiral designs built by Wright. It holds a special place in his catalog, as it’s one of the last homes he built before his death in 1959 and also serves as a precursor to the Guggenheim Museum in New York, which many consider one of Wright’s greatest works.