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AUCTION: Bid 30 November-14 December. Listed for $7.995M. No Reserve. Starting Bids Expected Between $1.5M-$3.25M. Showings by appointment.
Constructed in 1929 and added to the National Historic Register in 1972, Frank Lloyd Wright's Westhope offers an extraordinary opportunity to own an architectural masterpiece. One of only a few homes that bridge Wright's Prairie and Usonian periods, Westhope features a striking exterior constructed of square glass windows and cement tile blocks. Its immense scale only enhances its rare position in the Wright oeuvre. The estate's open plan makes a spectacular backdrop for entertaining yet offers intimate sitting areas and thoughtfully livable private spaces. True to the architect's organic aesthetic, the interior is a study in visual harmony with abundant exquisite millwork, natural light, and framed vignettes of the "classic" Wright exterior landscape. The walled backyard, featuring a swimming pool and sitting areas, feels like a secret garden escape. No matter where you find yourself in Westhope, you'll enjoy visual reminders of the estate's artistic heritage.
Directions: Travel EAST from the corner of E 36th Street & Lewis; Turn RIGHT (SOUTH) on S. Atlanta Place; Property is located on the RIGHT at the corner of Atlanta & Birmingham.
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Listed By: Rob Allen of Sage Sotheby's International