- Puck Erickson
- Nance Construction
Nestled amidst the natural desert landscape of North Scottsdale, this Wallace Neff-inspired Spanish Revival property captures the spirit of the most prestigious homes built during California’s golden age. Located in the coveted Desert Highlands community, the home is perched on three acres for absolute privacy and seclusion. Built by renowned builder Nance Construction, elegant interiors include intricate Portuguese limestone and ebony walnut flooring, hand plastered walls, soaring ceilings with elaborate wood beams and custom iron work by Peter Sevin.
Offered at $4,850,000
Listed by Raul Siqueiros and Jack Luciano of The Agency.
Raul Siqueiros: 480.560.1744
Jack Luciano: 602.690.2188
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Artfully designed, the library includes lightened Georgia Sugar Pine Millwork and serves as a convenient screening room.
Soaring ceilings and exposed beams lend a sense of scale and timeless grandeur to the living spaces.
An expansive, two-story kitchen features soapstone countertops, a large butcher block island, and a professional stainless steel appliance package, including a glass door Traulsen refrigerator and freezer, Thermador indoor grill, and custom La Cornue French stove.
Offering multiple private entrances, the home’s second floor showcases two oversized bedrooms, two luxurious bathrooms, an additional laundry room, as well as an intimate second story patio. The breathtaking master suite boasts rich wood flooring, a large stone fireplace and handcrafted French doors that lead to a private patio and spa.
A sumptuous master bath showcases marble top vanities, upholstered walls, dual showroom closets, hand-cut marble flooring and a deep, free-standing soaking tub.
Mirroring the intricate details throughout the main home, a guest casita features an intimate kitchen with a Gaggeneu cooktop, spacious bedroom, laundry room, and luxurious bathroom.
Rounded French doors inspire a seamless connection to an expansive dining and lounging loggia.
Designed by Santa Barbara landscape architect Puck Erickson, the grounds offer a glimpse into a timeless paradise. Spectacular archways line the grand sitting area, which features an outdoor fireplace, rose garden, and built-in barbecue, while the mosaic tiled pool's dazzling waters lead up to a poolside cabana with a wet bar and picturesque views of Pinnacle Peak.