This $9.9 Million Phoenix Home Looks Like A Castle & Spaceship Had A Baby
It was built in 1951.
If you have money to blow, why not go all out on a new home? The Frank Lloyd House in Arizona is a great example, plus it looks like a cross between a castle and spaceship. If you thought there could be no such thing, well, let's just say you're in for a treat.
On a whopping 5.58 acres, the Wright House was built in 1951 as only one of three circular designed homes by Frank Lloyd Wright. He was a famed architect known for some of his designs like the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
If you're a fan of his work, you can purchase this spiral home in Arizona for $9,999,999. Comprised of 2,200 square feet, this three-bedroom abode has amazing views of Camelback Mountain and the state's fantastic sunsets.
There's even a 360-square foot guest home across the way that's been recently restored and it features one-bedroom.
You can access the home using a wheelchair accessible ramp that wraps around the side or there is stairway access on the main ground.
The exterior is made of block, giving it a-like feel while the spiral shape of the house makes it look like a spaceship. Either way, we are digging the design.
With vaulted ceilings and panoramic views, the living room might become your favorite place to relax with a book or glass of wine.
Even if you're not into that, you can install a television or stargaze from the couch. The large windows make viewing the night sky a must.
Since the house has only been semi-updated, the listing notes that there may need to be structural and electrical renovations done.
But with a pad this cool, it'll be money well spent.
The Wright House
Address: 5212 E. Exeter Boulevard, Phoenix, AZ
Description: This spiral home has mountain views and a small guest house for visitors.