3730 E CAMINO SIN NOMBRE, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
Suppliments: 3702 & 3730 E El Camino Sin Nombre Estate The Main Home was designed by world-famous AIA architect, Gordon Rogers and constructed in 1993. It sits on one of the two parcels of land on this estate, just over 1.7 acres behind a gated entryway. The second home sits on just over 1.2 acres and was built in the 1950's, also behind the same gate to the estate. Together they sit on just under 3 acres of land that has been left largely natural desert landscaping with at least 8 parking spaces inside the various garages. One of the seller's favorite things about the property is that you can get lost in the trees of the property and not see any other buildings around making it feel much more "in the desert" versus a stone's skip away from the Biltmore area. Yet with the rooftop patio above the main home garage, you can see your 360 degree view of the city and surrounding mountains. With a spanish tile roof exterior feel and a warm sante fe styling interior design, you enter the main home through the front courtyard covered in luscious grass with a step stone pathway up to the connecting walkway and entrances to the 5638 sqft main home and 1012 sqft two story casita. This grand walkway has a beautifully placed Koi pond and garden area beneath the large covered patio area between these two buildings. Both buildings have fantastic solid wood antique entryway doors. If the roof structure outside did not wow you, the main roof structure, running the length of the home, that is supported with huge natural wood poles and beams with natural skylight ridge, will have you in awe. Ocotillo pole inlays are in the ceiling through much of the main home and some of the accompanying rooms. The main entry is aligned with the formal dining room when you enter with views through the house and out to the pool and patio areas. The house has a split floor plan with the Main suite and library to the left. On your way to the main suite you will pass the library with a secret loft reading room and you may begin to notice the windows lining nearly the entire South Easterly facing side of the home looking out over the pool toward Camelback Mountain. The NE end of the home is the entire Main Bedroom suite including patio access and windows along the NE side of the house with an in ground hot tub nearby. His and her closets, sinks, restrooms and showers in addition to a large soaking tub with a view. There is a workout room with a second shower just off of the Main Suite on the gentlemens side. As you make your way back through the house past the formal dining room, you make your way to a huge dine in kitchen and great room concept living space with stunning vaulted ceilings. This spacious kitchen includes indoor bbq with commercial grade venting, dual ovens, large electric cooktop with gas stub if preferred, built-in refrigerator and stunning view of the pool and Camelback Mountain. The kitchen is separated well from the rest of the great room yet the space still feels wide open, warm, and inviting. Throughout the home you will also find little nooks and alcoves with bookshelves and seating areas to lose yourself in a book on a fine afternoon. The enormous great room opens to the back patio that runs the length of the NE side of the home and has its own outdoor kitchen with an antique Ice Box. Tucked away in the natural desert landscape your backyard pool oasis is a quiet escape from the busy pace of life. There is also a small pool house with shower, bathroom, storage, fireplace and charcoal stove cooking area. Just beyond the pool house there is a full sized sports court currently set up for tennis. As we make our way back into the house, there is an office or study area separating two of the other bedroom suites located on the South side of the house. On the North side of the great room is the hallway to one more additional small bedroom, a large laundry and utility room, another bathroom that can be accessed through the bedroom or by the hallway, and the 3 car garage attached to the main home. There is an air conditioned and heated dog kennel along with outdoor dog run spaces. There is even an outdoor cat housing area, both perfect for those who love pampering their animals and even fostering other animals. The house has natural gas, HVAC and evaporative cooling. It has been designed and landscaped in such a manner that it gets very little direct sunlight in the summer to help keep the home and surrounding area cooler. The smaller and original home on the estate was built in 1956 with MidCentury design and feel. The exterior was updated in the 80's sometime and the brick used came from Queen Creek. Coming in at 2182 sqft with 3 full bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms, it is the perfect Guest House for visiting family and friends. The kitchen and bathrooms are still original, so this one could easily be remodeled with a Mid Century Modern design. A spectacular glass lined room looks out over the backyard with a pool and unobstructed views of Piestewa Peak. There is an attached 2 car garage and a detached oversized 2 door garage that can fit 3 to 6 vehicles, depending on if you use lifts or how big the vehicles are, that we believe was built in the 80's as well. The sellers built the main home and have lived in it since. Due to the changing seasons of life, they have decided it is time to downsize and sell the property. They prefer that the main home remain, and understand the smaller home may be replaced. They prefer that the two parcels are sold together. Should they be separated, an easement agreement would need to be put in place for driveway and access to both homes. For pre-qualified buyers or with proof of funds, we can arrange for private showings. The home is currently in the late stages of the family moving out and being prepared for market.