The most expensive home sold in Arizona last week is a modern twist to Southwestern living. Glass, steel, industrial block, and concrete combined with neutral colors and desert landscaping all blend together to create a one-of-a-kind luxury property that sold for just over $4 million dollars. Located on the 9th fairway of the Jack Nicklaus designed Chiricahua golf course the city and mountain views are spectacular both during the day and in the evening as the city lights twinkle brightly in the distance. It did take over a year and a very large price reduction was necssary to allow this property to find it's new owner so clearly this David Hovey designed property showed that it did not appeal to a wide variety of buyers.
This contemporary home was clearly designed with a trendy flair. The outdoor reflection ponds, stainless steel clad kitchen cabinets, and wall after wall of open glass all speak to a more upscale, vogue, and fashionable homeowner. This home was originally constructed in 2003 but the architect was forward thinking enough that you'd never guess this state-of-the-art stylish home was already 13 years old. Click on the picture below for the full MLS listing:
Size: 7,200 sqft
Lot size: 44,530 sqft
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