According to Curbed, the house in Boulder City, Nevada, dates back to the early 1960s, with the original concept designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. However, the design was modified to
fit the lot by Harry Thompson, who was a student of Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1950s. There was another twist too. The original buyer went bankrupt, so effectively never lived in it, instead passing on the house to the second owner.
This 1963 build covers around 195m2 and comes with some of its original dramatic features still intact. The exterior is obviously one such feature of course, as well as the wonderful main living area with its wood-panelled ceilings and oversized rose quartz fireplace and high angled ceiling. $450,000 is the asking price — via WowHaus