Posted on 9 Mar
A celebration of legacy and forward-thinking design, Phoenix’s leading broker community was in for a special treat at the recent Two Biltmore Estates VIP Broker’s Open. The event offered a first look at Building 4, the last building to be completed as part of the Final Phase of Two Biltmore Estates, revealing a brand new, elegant and contemporary design and one-of-a-kind views.
With only five estates remaining, this special event offered the valley’s elite agents a progressive tour through three of the exclusive listings available. Known for its unique vantage point, which offers pristine views of the Phoenix skyline and the meticulously manicured Adobe golf course at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club, there was no question the developers of Two Biltmore Estates truly saved the best homes for last.
Each remaining residence is exquisitely designed with lavish architecture and impeccable finishes. The homes range from 3,500 to over 4,800 square feet and feature floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows that seamlessly merge indoor-outdoor living space with awe-inspiring panoramic views. Guests savored elegant canapés including smoked salmon, crème fraiche and caviar blinis, Spanish-style atun y pimentos, and handmade French chèvre with beets and local produce by acclaimed Chef Walter Sterling of Ocotillo Restaurant. An onsite cooking demo showcased the gourmet kitchens outfitted with the latest Sub Zero-Wolf appliances.
The skies glowed with a brilliant watercolor of pinks, purples and golds for the champagne toast in the newly-completed Building 4 penthouse, recently sold for more than $2.5 million.
Known as a private hideaway for Arizona’s elite professional athletes and with Arizona’s annual Spring Training baseball underway, brokers were buzzing about the latest sports star rumored to have just moved into the community. As the sun began to set, brokers gathered together for a sunset toast celebrating the history, legacy and future of the historic Arizona Biltmore neighborhood and Two Biltmore Estates.
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