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Richard Lloyd Jones House
In 1929 Frank Lloyd Wright’s cousin Richard Lloyd Jones commissioned Wright to design a house for Jones’s family in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Like a series of houses Wright designed in Los Angeles in the early 1920s, the Jones House, also known as Westhope, is built of Wright’s signature textile block. The finished house is unlike any other by Wright. Alternating columns of block and glazing break down the solidity of the exterior walls and a mottled light illuminates the interior. The exterior is punctuated by several glazed, two-story elements that telescope from the main walls.
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In 2021, the current owner, Stuart Price, purchased the house. Prior to that, the house had not been lived in for several years and was showing signs of neglect. Price has brought the house back to life through the restoration of the glazing, waterproofing and repainting of the block, restoration of the interior concrete floors and updating of the kitchen.
The house is currently for sale, though there may not be an active MLS listing. Inquiries to the listing agent are welcome.
Asking Price: $7,995,000.00