Named the “Slainte” House, this property was awarded as one of Arizona’s “Homes of the Year” by the American Institute of Architects in 1993 and featured in Phoenix Home & Garden magazine. Designed by the world renowned and national award-winning architect Eddie Jones, this is a one-of-a-kind home on a one-of-a-kind lot. Its design and shape was based on the actual homesite and the design uses dramatic 30/60 degree angles to accommodate the topography. No trees were removed or relocated during the design and construction process and the home flows natural into its setting. The front porch is actually built around an existing tree. Unique touches are seen at every turn in this standout home. A massive stone core fireplace flows through all three levels. As the backbone of the home, lumber and support beams are reclaimed from a 1910 Arizona train station. The panoramic south views from the wrap- around deck are nothing short of spectacular, facing soaring Ponderosa Pines outside your door. This home was completely remodeled in 2012/13, inside and out with the finest materials. Upgrades included a new roof, high-end fixtures, new flooring, and granite counters. There is a reinforced shaft for a future elevator from the first floor to the third. This three bedroom, three bath home is 3,207 square feet of rustic elegance with a contemporary flare. The garden basement is a perfect place to entertain friends or welcome overnight guests. Not only is the home spectacular but the views, spanning the 5th fairway and green and the entire length of par 3 and the 6th hole of the Canyon Course, will take your breath away.
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