Not far from where Frank Lloyd Wright explored his first camp in Arizona, these unique desert lots are available separately or as a combined purchase allowing the owner to realize a custom architectural desert home of their own. Matthew Trzebiatowski, AIA, LEED AP, well known for his award-winning Xeros Residence, has completed significant design work for the owner. Conceived as two dwellings in dialog with each other, nearly all of the “heavy-lifting” has been done to investigate these lots including: survey, geotechnical borings, archeological study + endangered species analysis, and civil engineering investigations, which show how a compound of modern structures would set into this very beautiful natural landscape and wash.
Grading and drainage approval is in hand and a City of Phoenix building permit approved for the north lot (BRIDGE) and must be pulled by mid-September. Design Development work is done on the south lot (CANTILEVER), permit application is not begun yet. The architectural model concept images shows how the two buildings coexist in concept. The location along the Baseline Road corridor offers easy access to South Mountain Park and is close to the Raven GC, SMCC and freeway connection to Tempe/Mesa/Chandler with ease. Now offered at a fraction of the owners’ investment, each lot can be purchased, but the design would necessitate both parcels. Unspoiled land in this exciting corridor rarely comes available, let alone with designs and investigations of this caliber.