Controversial Phoenix Frank Lloyd Wright house for sale: $12.95M

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Peter Sperling, Craig DeMarco, Andy Ogan and Jim Furcini in preserving the residential historical character of Arcadia

By Catherine Reagor | Arizona Republic

The Frank Lloyd Wright spiral house the architect designed for his son David in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood is for sale. The asking price: $12.95 million.

In June, a plan fell through for the 2,553-square-foot house built in 1952 to be donated to the School of Architecture at Taliesin.

Zach Rawling, owner of the David and Gladys Wright House, couldn’t be reached for comment about his decision to sell.

The concrete block house with three bedrooms and four bathrooms sits on 5.9 acres in the affluent Arcadia neighborhood, south of Camelback Mountain. The listing says an application for historic preservation of the house is pending with the City of Phoenix.

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