John Selman, Realtor, Broker, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree

Seclusion and Views in Paradise Valley. Make an offer!

This property needs to be sold, and an offer under $2m might well put you into this private, view property just north of Paradise Valley Country Club.

Designed by award winning architect Vern Swaback, this dramatic and pristine Contemporary residence has 17 ft ceilings with walls of glass and endless mountain and city light views!

The 5,700 sq ft 5 bedroom home with guest home has a very open floor plan. The gallery-like interior is perfect for an art collector and features a striking 18 ft foyer with 13 ft built in seating area. The Master has expansive butted glass windows offering dramatic mountain vistas.

The living areas include a media room with wet bar and wine frig, office, and an 20150916201235174691000000-o 20150916201235336792000000-o 20150916201236501726000000-o 20150916201237801590000000-o 20150916201240105785000000-o 20150916201240790788000000-o 20150916201241801775000000-o 20150916201242560439000000-o 20150916201243610201000000-o 20160301205440145087000000-o 20160301205444900341000000-oexercise room. There is exquisite “specimen” desert landscaping, an inviting pool + spa, fireplace and BBQ. A magnificent outdoor installation ‘Skyspace’ by world renowned artist James Turrell is not included in the price, but can be purchased.

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About the Author
John Selman is a refugee from the Tech World, and Big Blue, a founder of, director at CU2Americas, former Managing Member of Barrel Wine Bars LLC, Malibu Village Wines LLC, and WineProGroup. He enthusiastically enjoys and irreverently writes, about food, wine, and homes. He is passionate about all three as well as grapes, good renovation, architecture, his family, his very large dogs, and most (but not always all) of his friends. John works with his customers buying and selling normal homes as well as Global Luxury Properties for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, and loves what he gets to do every day. In his rare free time, he coaches paddling sports on Tempe Town Lake, occasionally visits his favorite old ski haunts and complains of aches and pains, avoids anyone carrying a rugby ball, travels up and down the coast seeking out great food & wine, looks for water to paddle SUP or outriggers, and laughs at his dogs.

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