2 years ago
Arizona’s real estate scene has some pretty unique offerings, but this is among the most distinct. The home liberally combines textures, colors, and materials in a way that makes it appear ahead of its time, or from some outdated alternative version of the future. That’s because the Scottsdale home was designed by Bing Hu, globally renowned for his singular style.
Nestled into a golf course with stunning mountain vistas, the six-bedroom home makes the most of its locations with plenty of windows and idyllic indoor-outdoor spaces. The entire dining and kitchen area has telescoping doors that open up for an uninterrupted experience with the patio and backyard, which features an infinity pool and private access to the links. The home also has a five-car garage.
Despite the surrounding natural wonders, the home’s interior is the most prominent aspect of the property. Just about each surface is endowed with a unique finish, from the corrugated metallic ceiling to the shimmering ebony floor tiles. The mix of materials is somehow subtle enough to allow the various art pieces throughout the home still to stand out.
Indeed, the 10,000-square-foot home is an artist/art lover’s paradise with its own studio, expansive gallery walls, built-in niches, and softly-lit shelves. Additionally, the house boasts a dance/gym studio, a guest bedroom, and billiards room that can easily be converted. The property also has a two-bedroom casita with a sitting area that offers a fireplace and stunning views.
Located in the Paint Sky village of the Desert Mountain golf course development, the home sits on a two-acre lot. The property is currently listed for $3.4 million. Find more information here and see more of it below.