This brand new, ultra-private architectural estate encompasses 2.17 hillside acres in the guard-gated Paradise Reserve enclave, one of the last gated, luxury communities bordering the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. Envisioned to follow the contours of its stunning hillside perch, the estate captures sweeping views across the valley of the city lights and sun-drenched Camelback Mountain.
Surrounded by native hillside and lush landscaping, the 6,965-square-foot residence showcases masterful craftsmanship throughout, from the exquisite tilework to the hand-laid, natural stone waterfall that cascades down the hillside. Living spaces foster a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor living while maximizing view lines from nearly every room.
The great room was designed for gathering and entertaining, featuring a fireplace and sophisticated custom glass, underlit bar. The chef-caliber kitchen showcases an expansive, waterfall island and premier Wolf, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, including a 60” range with double ovens and built-in coffee/espresso machine. Expansive window walls and glass doors open to the magnificent outdoor living space, featuring an infinity-edged swimming pool, heated spa, shaded dining terrace, sundeck and fire pit lounge.
Four ensuite bedrooms include the elegant master suite with a spa-style bath and custom closet with 11 electric clothes cabinets and Brown built-in safe. Additional home amenities include a theater, gym, putting green, built-in BBQ, Celtic custom 3-floor elevator, Crestron Automation System for A/V, lighting, shade and pool control, commercial-grade roller shutters on every window that lock while away, and two garages with parking for six cars.
Showcasing an exceptional blend of traditional elegance and contemporary vision, the estate offers the utmost privacy and serenity while located minutes from world-class, shopping, dining, golf and cultural attractions.
Featurescity and mountain views, contemporary hillside estate, exquisite tile work, natural stone waterfall, 25' ceilings