This Frank Lloyd Wright–Designed Home Is for Sale in America’s Priciest Zip Code

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Northern California Frank Lloyd Wright fans, rejoice: An Atherton home designed by the legendary architect has just hit the market. As Dirt reports, the 1,940-square-foot Arthur Mathews House was listed for $8 million last week, and, if the listing photos are to be taken at face value, the home is in impeccable condition.

Frank Lloyd Wright designed the home in 1952.

Located just west of Stanford, the listing is a commanding cocktail of impressive design and location—after all, the zip code is reportedly one of America’s priciest. Even for a Frank Lloyd Wright home in the current market, $8 million is a pretty hefty price tag anywhere else in the country. For comparison, take the 3,000-square-foot Carr House in Illinois and the 3,700-square-foot Armstrong House in Indiana, which were listed for $1.695 million and $1.195 million in late 2020 respectively.

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The home features a diamond-shaped layout, allowing for maximum natural light and easy outdoor access.