Corridor Modernist Masterpiece

General Information

  • Square Footage: 5000 Square Feet Approximate
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Garage: 2 car Garage/shop/studio
  • Area: Phoenix
  • Lot Size: Acre+ Lot
  • Age: Built in 1957
  • Architecture: Killingsworth, Brady & Smith
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Status:  Archive

Description

Known as the Beadle Residence, this Biltmore Area home was the home of Architect Alfred Newman Beadle for many years. Originally designed in 1957 by Killingsworth, Brady & Smith, this fabulous home retains its modernist roots with use of exposed steel and block construction and a modular floorplan that offers generous spaces and unlimited expansion. Most of the original details remain including many of the design alterations by Mr. Beadle.

The home is completely updated throughout including a stunning kitchen featuring maple cabinets, stainless steel details and appliances, granite counters and large work surfaces. The master bathroom has a large shower detailed in natural slate, steel sinks and cast concrete counters. This home has a fabulous and spacious library/office addition by Architect William P. Bruder that integrates seamlessly with the space.

There are four generous bedrooms and over 5300 square feet available in the main house. There is carport parking for three cars and an additional structure that offers garage parking for two cars that would easily serve as a studio/shop. The lush acre+ estate lot is very private and maintains excellent views of surrounding mountains, mature date palms and trees, fenced Olympic-size pool and a quiet canal location.

This well published home is noted in the AIA Guide to the Architecture of Metro Phoenix and is well regarded locally as an excellent example of its kind. Recently offered in the marketplace, this home is Currently unavailable. If you are interested in this home, please contact us for details. It is not currenty offered for sale.

Features

Olympic Pool
3 car carport

CONTACT:

Scott Jarson – 480.254.7510

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