A Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Concrete Masterpiece Lists for $8M in Oklahoma

One of the greatest opportunities presented on the Tulsa, Oklahoma market so far this year is legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westhope. Newly listed for $7.995 million, the 1929-built home is a testament to Wright’s architectural style of combining beautiful visual aesthetics and environmental harmony. Designed using concrete blocks and panes of glass, the rare 10,000-square-foot home is only one of three properties created by Wright in Oklahoma.

On the larger side of the homes Wright built, the masterpiece was ahead of its time and displays a somewhat Brutalist vibe that lends itself to minimalist, modern decor. Employing a neutral color palette throughout, geometric shapes characterize the interior through 5,200 glass panes and large red-tiled floors. The open living spaces flow without interruption, making entertaining stress-free.

In contrast to Wright’s Prairie and Usonian designs, known for their single stories and simple living, Westhope is expansive and has grandeur to it. The kitchen huge kitchen is a show-stopper with sleek wooden cabinets and two gray kitchen islands for food prep. Outside, a glamorous pool awaits for warmer days on the home’s nearly two acres.

Moving to the upstairs of the home, the more private spaces are open and airy, while the bathrooms are updated. Holding a total of five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and one partial bath, there is more than enough space for winding down. The primary suite is large, and its ensuite bathroom is outfitted completely in vibrant blue tiles.

Rob Allen of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the magnificent listing, which has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1972. As Wright is one of the most prolific architects of his generation, this masterpiece as well as his other creations are prizes for any real estate portfolio.