Designed in 1959 and built in 1967, the Norman Lykes House, also known as the 'Circular Sun House', was Frank Lloyd Wright's final residential design before his passing. It's one of only 14 circular homes by the master architect and is truly one of a kind.
The iconic property is located on a desert mountain overlooking the Biltmore area of Phoenix, Arizona, and is currently on the market for $7,950,000.
The beautiful property was designed and built to blend in with the curves of the surrounding desert bluff. However, a home this stunning would have trouble blending in anywhere.
Overlapping concentric circles that intersect and interact with each other create a unique floor plan that flows seamlessly from one room to another.
Every room takes in unobstructed majestic views of Palm Canyon and the city below - can you imagine enjoying views like these from your home?!
Beautiful entertaining spaces flow outside to patios that offer even more views as far as the eye can see.
The floors are made from slate handpicked from India and the home is wrapped in the original Hope's Windows, bringing the great outdoors and desert rockscapes inside.
As for the kitchen? It's a curvy masterpiece with unique stainless steel wrapped counters.
The focal point fireplace is a sight to behold and imitates the exterior circular design of the home.
The 3,095 square foot home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The master bedroom and bathroom enjoy even more incredible views, outdoor access, and honed Italian rose marble floors and bath.
Working remotely? The super spacious home office spaces allow you to WFH in style.
With easy access to a wet bar for post-work happy hour... priorities.
Spend your days swimming, sunbathing, and chilling in the enclosed outdoor area, home to the crescent-shaped swimming pool. The perfect place to enjoy that dreamy Arizona weather.
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