The long driveway drops down from the edge of the Mesa to a private manse of stately proportions overlooking acres of wild preserve. This home is large boned with high ceilings, a massive entry door, slabs of granite, and a twenty three ton fire-pit sculpted from a solid boulder.
The elongated entry hall, which starts at ground level at the door, devolves into a generous family living area that acts as an overlook to the pool below and the preserve beyond.
Rare brazilian rosewood and macassar ebony built-ins grace the strong architecture and enhance the long sweeping horizontal run of the home. The outdoor living and dining area was the 1st place winner of the HGTV’s top ten Extreme outdoor living spaces.