The design intent was to blend in with the curves of the surrounding mountainous terrain; and that it does. This iconic mid-century modern home, one of fourteen circular residences designed by the master architect, FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, is discretely nestled into the hillside mimicking the natural hues and tones of the landscape.
This is one time you want your head in the clouds! Vertical living is becoming the new must-have in luxury living. Convenience and little to no maintenance factors rank high in the desirability sphere.
Masterful design and authentic architecture are uniquely embodied in this 4-bedroom 4.5 bath traditional adobe hacienda with sweeping views of the mountains.
Yesterday’s tweens are today’s buyers. Having grown up with a greater exposure to luxury and more personal knowledge of the finer things in life, these new buyers are more educated and keenly attuned to their likes and dislikes.
The real estate industry is beginning to boom again. But the landscape is much different than it was at the onslaught of the big bust. For one, there is an overabundance of homes needing long overdue updates competing with new construction. Large estates are no longer as appealing to a now much more cautious buyer desiring a simplified lifestyle. We also have a new buyer on the market, the Millennial. But one of the biggest disruptors in the residential industry was HGTV which catapulted to the forefront of superior programming and subsequent skyrocketing viewership.
The penthouse residences at Hotel Valley Ho make their debut in an evening of glamour and luxury.
Ask any Valley resident where the most outrageously expensive homes in Arizona are and you’ll probably get a resounding and enthusiastic Paradise Valley. Scottsdale will come in at a very close, if almost imperceptible, second. With that, it should come as no surprise to learn that 85253 (Paradise Valley) was voted the most expensive zip…