Sold Date: 04-29-2019
Courtesy of: Shawna Glazier, Bespoke Real Estate, LLC
This exclusive modern property is a design-build collaboration between The Construction Zone, Ltd. and Eddie Jones of Jones Studio. Together they have crafted a one-of-a-kind home in Paradise Valley, Arizona. Taking advantage of a hillside lot, the home provides amazing city light and mountain views out to the McDowell's and across the northeast valley. The unique quality of the home is apparent from the moment you step through the 10' custom steel and glass door and immerse yourself in a world of craftsmanship and attention to detail. Hard troweled concrete floors, custom steel windows and rift-cut oak woodwork present a truly modern palette for the 4,900 sf, four-bedroom 4.5 bath home. A fully outfitted kitchen and large dining room spill into the great room, with attention centering o an exquisite wood-clad volume that subtly wraps into a secluded home office. The spacious master suite includes a freestanding soaking tub with a view, large walk-in shower and a private water closet. The house also includes a dedicated exercise room and playroom. The systems of the house include all top of the line equipment; variable speed HVAC systems, tankless recirculating gas fired hot water heaters, automated Crestron window shades, premium appliances and plumbing fixtures, LED lighting throughout, a fully operational alarm system, and a complete low voltage pre-wire to allow for the homeowner to add and customize for all their future AV needs. All of this is integrated into a provided Crestron control system with the ability to monitor and control the entire home in a highly customizable and user-friendly way. Combining sweeping vistas with intimate detailing, this steel, masonry, and glass structure fluidly integrates with a carefully landscaped site to create a beautiful setting that will become home for a very special buyer. In 1929, Frank Lloyd Wright arrived in Arizona and intuitively realized the desert line is dotted, not straight. "The hard straight line breaks to the dotted line when stark necessity ends and this allows appropriate rhythm to enter in order to leave suggestion."