One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s largest and last-designed residential properties is on the market for $8 million.

The 7,000-square-foot residence — known as Tirranna and located in New Canaan, Connecticut — sits on 14 acres and has seven bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms, according to a release.

Marsha Charles and Albert Safdie of Coldwell Banker Realty are listing. The owner is unknown.

Built in 1955, the home features low roofs, Philippine mahogany walls, large windows, Cherokee red concrete floors with radiant heat, built-in bookshelves, brass hardware; and original lighting, cabinetry and furniture, the release said.

The grounds were designed by landscape architect Frank Okamura, who also restored the Japanese Gardens at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens—there’s a conservatory with a one-bedroom guest house, a swimming pool, a studio with a full bath, a tennis court, a large barn, games room, a rooftop observatory with a telescope and a wine cellar in a converted bomb shelter.

A host of homes designed by world-renowned Lloyd Wright have hit the market over the past year.

The 100-year-old, 10,500-square-foot Westhope has five bedrooms and five bathrooms on 1.5 acres at 3704 Birmingham Avenue South in Tulsa, and is owned by Price Family Properties chairman Stuart Pugh. Rice (Stuart Price) listed. .

The George Smith Home at 404 Home Avenue in Oak Park Village, Cook County, near Chicago, was listed in January for $595,000.

Built in 1898 for Marshall Field & Co. salesman Smith, the 2,064-square-foot home sits on nearly a quarter-acre near Washington Avenue.

A home in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, sold in October 2022 for more than $1 million, according to Zillow. Also, his four-bedroom Socrates Zafferius home in Brouwert, N.Y., built in 1961, sold for $1.52 million earlier this year.

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