The Wall Street Journal: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home Is on the Market for $8 million

The home, known as Tiranna, is one of about 400 remaining homes in the country designed by the architect.

A home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in New Canaan, Connecticut is on the market. The house—which is called “Tirranna”— is currently listed for $8 million.

Designed in the 1950s, Tirranna was purchased two decades ago by philanthropist Ted Stanley and his wife Vada. The couple did an extensive restoration of the house, including updating its systems. However, Wright’s original design and fixtures are still intact. The 15-acre estate measures about 7,000 square feet, and includes seven bedrooms, an open courtyard, an observatory and an attached greenhouse. Tirranna is one of about 400 remaining homes in the U.S. designed by Wright.

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“Tirranna,” a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in New Canaan, Conn. is listing for $8 million. ROBERT GRUSCZYNSKI