For the first time in 20 years, Frank Lloyd Wright‘s 1955 “Tirranna” home in New Canaan, Connecticut is on the market. Wright built the home just before his death in 1959 with classic Wright details like built-in bookshelves, cabinets and furniture, as well as other unique features such as a rooftop observatory with telescope, gold leaf chimneys, and sculpture paths that wind through the woods. The home also wraps itself around nature in classic Wright fashion using hemicycle schematic to overlook the Noroton River. "Tirranna," an Aboriginal word meaning "running waters", sits above a waterfall surrounded by 15 acres of woods.
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