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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Palm Canyon House

One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most unique and captivating properties is Palm Canyon, located outside Phoenix. Designed just before his death in 1959 and built in 1967, the home’s shape is formed from overlapping circles, set on the edge of a rocky cliff overlooking the cacti and scrub that make up the famous canyon. The interior is entirely original and in amazing condition, considering it’s age. Listed for $3.25 million, the house is 3,095 square feet, and one of 14 circular houses that the famous architect designed. It’s a very special property, and one that exemplifies the way Wright created homes that blend into the environments where they live. Via Uncrate:

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous Palm Canyon home is up for sale.

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Created from overlapping circular forms.

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Circle forms continue inside, with custom fittings and beautifully unique windows.

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Bedroom windows look out onto the rocky, cacti and scrub land beyond.

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Custom furniture and built-ins are entirely original and designed by the architect.

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Custom millwork and circular forms throughout.

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Bronze colored tile in the master bathroom.

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Beautifully expansive windows look out onto cacti. Custom furniture occupy the space.

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Undulating walls and forms make up Palm Canyon.

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A beautifully designed pool creates a fabulous relaxation space.

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Custom built in furniture line the walls.

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Great views from the circular windows make this home entirely unique.

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Another view of the pool and adjoining fountain.

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The sunset views overlooking Phoenix make this home extra special.

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