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Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Built in 1956 by prominent Phoenix architects (and twins) Charles and Arthur Schrieber, this midcentury rambler boasts the era’s signature low profile, long, shallow-slope roof, open-plan living space, and a mixed facade of glass, brick, and stone.
Measuring 2,200 square feet, the three-bedroom was recently updated, with particular attention paid to the professional chef’s kitchen with custom cabinetry, and an accompanying 700-bottle wine room. Cherry hardwood floors, full-height windows, game room, built-in storage, and spacious backyard replete with outdoor kitchen, fire pit, spa, and dog run round out this chic home.
But the true prize here is its proximity to Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak and the gorgeous views the home affords. Located at 4353 E. Palo Verde Drive, it’s asking $825,000. Take a look.