One of the largest homes designed by the iconic architect Frank Lloyd Wright has been listed for sale in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for $7.9 million.
According to a report in TheSpaces.com, the property known as Westhope was completed in 1929 as the residence for Richard Wright Jones, publisher of the Tulsa Tribune and a cousin of the architect; Wright originally budgeted a $30,000 project that ultimately cost $100,000 to complete. It is one of only three Wright-designed homes in Oklahoma and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
The 10,405-square-foot, five-bedroom home is among Wright’s largest residential designs, and it is also notable as his only “textile block” design located outside of California. It last changed hands in 2021 for $2.5 million, with local developer Stuart Price acquiring the property and providing an extensive renovation that included repointing and repairing its cement textile blocks and 5,200 panes of glass.
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