Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconic 1950s ‘Tirranna’ Sells for $6 Million in New Canaan, Connecticut

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconic 1950s ‘Tirranna’ Sells for $6 Million in New Canaan, Connecticut

SOLD | Built 1956 | 6,918 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 8.5 Baths | 13.94 Acres
432 Frogtown Rd, New Canaan, CT 06840

Introducing Tirranna, a stunning estate embodying Frank Lloyd Wright’s genius. Situated on almost 14 acres, this architectural marvel blends geometric complexity with nature’s flowing curves. As you enter through the Cherokee red iron gate, you will be spellbound by the festival of light and sound. Frank Lloyd Wright occupied Tirranna as his personal retreat while building the Guggenheim museum. Outside, the meticulously designed grounds, overseen by landscape architect Frank Okamura, beckon you to explore 14 acres of natural splendor. And for those seeking an active lifestyle, a tennis court awaits, offering the perfect blend of recreation and relaxation.

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Prepare to be captivated by the timeless beauty and extraordinary legacy of Tirranna as it graces the market, presenting an unparalleled opportunity to own a true architectural gem. This 7 bedroom, 8.5 bathroom, 7,000 square foot home boasts Philippine Mahogany, concrete block walls, soaring ceilings, cozy bedrooms, guest suite, tennis court, pool, barn, and much more. The landscape was thoughtfully designed by Frank Okamura allowing you to enjoy total privacy. Own a piece of architectural history. We are proud to present this extraordinary property which inspired architects worldwide.


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