This inspired piece of Valley Mid-Century Desert Modern Architecture is nothing less than a work of art. Designed by in 1965 by George H. Schoneberger, Jr., AIA (well known for his wonderful Regency towers, once the highest residential tower in Phoenix), the house is anchored to the gently sloping site on a cast concrete base that visually weights the home. Heavily textured, this home is a study in lasting materiality; Exposed aggregate concrete, wood beams and ceilings, and siding of rare and dramatically beautiful pecky cyprus complete a warm and enduring look.
Vaulted ceilings and clerestory windows allow for a play of light throughout; flagstone and finished concrete floors provide natural warmth. With three bedrooms plus attached guest suite, the property has a commanding view of Camelback Mountain as well city lights in the evening. The pool and spa area includes an adjacent pergola and bath house and there’s three-car carport parking.