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Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Renovated in 2010 by GM Hunt Builders, this low five-bedroom 1955 dwelling in Phoenix, Arizona was designed by architect Paul Christian Yaeger, whose name is is usually accompanied by that of his mentor, Frank Lloyd Wright, when it appears in real estate listings. It came to market last weekend with an asking price of $2.35M.
Inside this 5,056-square-foot "ideal family compound" the listing mentions "state of the art stainless appliances," "attached guest quarters, 4 fireplaces, rough-sawn pine ceilings," and "random-oak floors." It's sited on two irrigated acres, where there's also a salt-water pool with an adjacent kitchen-equipped cabana, towered over by a row of mature palms.