Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Paradise Valley parcels set for auction

A 20-acre mountaintop parcel once planned for a Paradise Valley home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is on the auction block.

For more than 50 years, the property has been owned by the Donahoe family, which hired Wright to design a luxury home for the site. Wright delivered the plans for the residence to the family in 1959, but he died two days later, and the home never was built, according to a statement from the auction company.

Read the entire article at The Business Journal

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