Frank Lloyd Wright's Tirranna House
One the Frank Lloyd Wright's largest and final designs has been listed for sale. Built in 1955, Tirranna House is situated on 14 acres of protected land and integrated into the natural scenery with landscaping by Frank Okamura. It features 7,900 square feet of living space and offers seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The architect's signature details are found throughout the interior, including Philippine mahogany walls, Cherokee red concrete floors, built-in furniture, and abundant natural light. Beyond the curved glass wall is a terrace overlooking the pool pond. The zen-like environment is so serene that Wright even stayed at the property while building the Guggenheim Museum.
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