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Sunny 1972 retreat in Phoenix beckons for $429K

Midcentury living, desert-style

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Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Price: $429,000

Another day, another sunny midcentury modern home to further fuel those dreams of going west. In Phoenix, a 1,516-square-foot, 1972 two-bed-two-bath by local architect Richard Caviness offers spacious, poolside living replete with soaring, sloped, and beamed ceilings, clerestory windows and full-wall glazing, flagstone flooring, and an updated kitchen and bathrooms.

Outside, a triangular pool and cozy patio create a mini-oasis, while the property’s simple, desert landscaping means that a polished look can be kept with minimal care. “Casual upscale living” is what the listing promises, as do the inviting photos, so who are we to say otherwise? Located at 3219 E. Minnezona Circle, it’s asking $429,000. Take a look below, but grab those sunglasses first.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty