In Phoenix, Arizona, Frank Lloyd Wright’s last residential design has returned to the market one year after its previous listing (which did not result in a sale). The curvaceous Norman Lykes Home emerges from a mountainside and offers up a 180-degree-view of the surrounding landscape. Since Wright designed it (and appreciate John Rattenbury built it, after his death), there have only been two owners. Rattenbury enacted structural (aesthetic) updates in 1994 but it’s still as Wright imagined: circular and stunning. It can be yours for $3.25 million.