This amazing newly built estate is located at 5841 East Quartz Mountain Drive in the guard gated La Place Du Sommet community in Paradise Valley, AZ. The 7,868 square foot mansion has unobstructed city and mountain views and is situated on 1.55 acres of land. It boasts 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, 2 elevators, 2-story living room, dining room, gourmet kitchen, 2-story great room, 2nd floor game room, beautiful indoor swimming pool with wet bar, outdoor terraces, outdoor kitchen, raised spa and a 3-car garage. It is listed at a reasonable $3,995,000.

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  • Swimmer

    Wow! This is an amazing deal. I like almost all of the aspects of this home except the kitchen is kind of boring. One other thing… WHY IS THERE AN INDOOR POOL??!?!? This is in AZ, not New Jersey




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    • WRONG

      It’s on a hillside, no flat ground for a pool.




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  • Al Robinson

    WOW is right!! Kenny, this place is one of the nicest homes I’ve ever seen on Homes of the Rich. The white interior is great, the design is nice, not overdone at all. Even the hard wood floors are nice, I’m mean, I’d still prefer a nice cream colored carpet, but still though. I have to agree with Swimmer about the indoor pool, but at least it was very tastefully done.

    I’m a fan of the pictures that they took, because I always prefer seeing homes lit up at night, and having the nice glow that overtakes the interior.

    The only problem I’d have with the place, and it can’t really be helped since it is Arizona, is the fact that this kind of geography has snakes in the area. YUCK!! I’d build a better barrier to keep snakes out.

    Thank You Kenny for this post.




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    • Al Robinson

      I hope not to offend anyone who would read this and is from the area. I’ve been to Phoenix, and think that it’s a nice city. And if I’m wrong about the snakes I apologize, but that’s what I think of when I see that kind of hillside. As you can tell, I have a fear of snakes, and spiders and scorpions too.




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      • george

        Me Too




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      • John L.

        You are correct, Al. There would be snakes, and scorpions, and spiders, and coyotes. And maybe a couple of other creatures too.




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        • Al Robinson

          Thanks John, I appreciate that.

          I wonder how dangerous Coyotes are?




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        • Onions

          Don’t forget camel spiders. They’re the worst creatures ever.




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          • Swimmer

            Coyotes are harmless (unless you are a very small animal) They are very afraid of people…




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          • John L.

            Never seen one here… In almost 39 years.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like a lot of this house. My biggest complain is that there is SO much beige. The hills are beige, the yard is beige, the roof is beige, the outside walls are beige, the inside is beige. First thing I’d do is introduce some colors appropriate to the region to the interiors. As always, I’m not fond of the garage doors facing the front door. And, I hate that the master bedroom opens directly into the family room. Beyond that, I think the house looks rather comfortable.

    Having been to AZ in the summer, I think the indoor pool is a great idea. First, an outdoor pool in AZ loses so much water through evaporation that it’s not even funny. Secondly, when it’s 115F and sunny outside it’s still unpleasant to be in a pool. I think the pool area is quite well done, and it can be opened to the outside.

    Like Al, my biggest complaint is that it’s in AZ. I really have no desire to live in AZ, although I might consider having The Boulder House in Scottsdale as a winter vacation getaway.




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    • Siobhan

      You nailed two out of my three biggest complaints about this house (front elevation is all garage, and the master bedroom opens directly onto the living room).

      But a third concern: That game room with a balcony. The noise that a bunch of kids playing video games…. Yeesh – there’d be no escaping it!




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      • Grrrowler

        Yeah, I thought of that too. I completely agree that the game room should be a way to keep the kids’ noise away from the rest of the house, not amplify it! I figured I’d complained enough in one post so I let it slide 🙂




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  • Nalin

    I really like it a lot. and 4 million actually sounds reasonable. this house doesn’t seem obnoxiously large so it can actually be livable and comfortable




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  • mattc

    Should move reasonably fast even in this tough market but unfortunately given that it is in metro Phoenix that may not be the case. Phoenix market is second only to Las Vegas in retraction of pre recession values by getting hit with over built new homes. Indoor pool is done very well and with the walkout from it on moderate temperature days should be very functional. Really like the raised hot tub with views down the canyon of the skyline at night. Butcher block island top is nice extra feature.




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  • Venom

    When Joe Arpaio is dead and in hell and his corpse is rotting in the ground, maybe then I would consider visiting or living in Arizona.
    Any state that would put up with a tyrant like him I want no part of.

    Other than that, the house is nice and priced well.




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    • george

      I totally agree. I am a conservative Republican, Joe Arpiao gives us all a bad name. To me he is the moral equivilent of Nancy Pelosi, a political extremist and opportunist.




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  • Cole

    Very nice home. Good price and, with some paint, I could definitely live here.




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  • Marie

    I really enjoyed the interior and exterior, while it may be beige overkill, I love the overall views they are simply incredible and the pricing I think is completely in line for what it’s worth.




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  • Daniel

    Like others have said, it does seem like a good price but you would have to pay me that amount and then some to live in Arizona. While S. Florida isn’t exactly free of critters, I really don’t want to look inside my shoes every day to check for a venomous creature.

    As far as the home, I’m more forgiving of beige in a desert home, as it seems *that* is the color it needs to be painted. Look at homes in Vegas, Palm Desert, etc…the majority are earth tones. It is a nice home but take away the fancy pictures and editing and you have a fairly normal contemporanch home.




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    • Siobhan

      Contemporanch. Love it.




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    • Barney

      “ContempoRANCH”, Dan???

      Me thinks thou hath mistakenly called such dwelling incorrectly 🙂

      I don’t think those two sets of stairs qualify it as a ranch.




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      • Daniel

        Don’t really know what you mean by the two sets of stairs….

        Coming from S. Florida, ranch probably has a different meaning to me than to you. For me , it qualifies as a ranch. ONE of the reasons is the use of the particular stone on the exterior, around the garages and the fireplace. If you put that type of stone on a house here, it is almost certainly going to be a ranch home 😉




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        • Barney

          That’s a new one on me, totally……I’ve never heard the choice of exterior material making it so. Have also never of a ranch being anything but a one story home, hence the name “ranch”, which is a definite description of architectural style…….like in the days of the old, authentic west. I’m pretty sure that that’s the architecturally accepted definition……..no big deal though.




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      • Daniel

        Another example of contemporanch, this one being local (St. Andrews CC – Boca Raon). Also has some obvious Wrightian influences.

        http://bomarbuilders.com/classic_contemporary.htm




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        • Barney

          VERY cool house….BEAUTIFUL interiors, absolutely. That interior atrium, or wood-lattice work room divider, or whatever it is, is gorgeous. The kitchen is drop dead perfect too……especially so ’cause of the stacked stone use and the outta’ sight aquarium, set into the stone…….fantastic.




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    • Venom

      Contemporanch, now that is new.
      I thought I had heard every term, but that is new.

      Another good one I heard was on Realestalker, a guy referred to the columns on the front of a house as “Soft Serve” columns because they were swirled like soft serve ice cream. lol




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  • Iemand

    Well, as a non-US civilian I have no idea about the animals mentioned here, but that would be for me a big turn-off.
    But imagine this house on the hills at Los Angeles, (it would be expensive as hell probably) then I would move in. I really like this house; the beige as mentioned isn’t really bad, it suits the enviremont here and I don’t like a house with multi-color appearing. And the pool area is probably one of the best (maybe even the best) indoor pool i’ve ever seen. This one finally doesn’t look like a cheap commercial pool.
    So; if i would live in LA(area), this house on that location and I had the money for it, it would seriously consider this one.




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    • Al Robinson

      Iemand, one of the most dangerous of snakes found in the Arizona area is the Crotalus Atrox, which is also known as the “Diamondback”. It is venomous, and is the responsible for the 2nd most snakebite deaths in the United States.

      Living in Minnesota, I haven’t ever come across deadly snakes, and I hope I never will.




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      • Iemand

        I googled that snake. Now I REALLY don’t wanna live there anymore. 😛




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        • Iemand

          As I said, I like the colors; it suits the place. But here’s one thing; look at every fireplace; al have an outlet above them; so the interior is probably going to be ruined by flatscreens everywhere.




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