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After a good 20 minutes, Wright reported back that the house was sold to that party. What a disappointment not to see folks bidding on it, but great that it changed hands. I also recognized later that my architect friend, John Eiffler, would be pivotal in its restoration. I also was at a previous Wright sale where they sold a number of furnishings such as chairs etc... to support the original owner's need re. end of life care. Pictures of the house look great!