Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Sale seals future of historic Frank Lloyd Wright home

PHOENIX -- A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in east Phoenix has been sold to a buyer who intends to guarantee its preservation through a new nonprofit, ending months of controversy involving the property.

The David and Gladys Wright House has been bought by an anonymous buyer, officials say. The deal closed Thursday.

It sold for about $2.38 million, said real-estate agent Robert Joffe, who brokered the deal with Bob Hassett, the buyer's agent.

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