Here’s yet another almost new luxury estate in Scottsdale. It is located at 10199 E Cavedale Drive and was built in 2008. The Tuscan style mansion boasts 12,971 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, large 2-story great room/kitchen/breakfast room space, office, home theater, wine cellar, game room with billiards table and wet bar, guest apartment with kitchen, outdoor kitchen/BBQ area, unique swimming pool/spa setup, covered patio and an amazing 12-car garage (4 above ground stalls, 8 subterranean spaces accessed by a 2-car elevator). It is now listed at $6,995,000 after being reduced by $2,955,000.

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  • Nalin

    oh. my. god. a real life batcave. I’m sold




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    • Kenny Forder

      LOL. I know, it’s awesome!! I love how there are windows in the subterranean garage that look into the game room. That’s so cool.




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  • Daniel

    These HDR photos really drive me crazy!
    The house is great though!




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    • Grrrowler

      Of course, HDR…I described it as a weird filter. I’m with you on the HDR pics. I hate them!




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  • Bryan in CLT

    I’d love just one of the cars from that garage.




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  • Daniel

    So is it me or do Arizona residents love having huge garages? If it is possible to have overdone photos, then this house proves it. I can’t see sh*t! Those wooden beams look like tortoiseshell for God’s sake.

    Overall, I think its a pretty normal home. Some rooms look really small. I can’t tell if the ceiling in the garage is really that shimmering or its because of the damn editing. Either way, I think I’d crash that Saleen S7 driving into this garage – the colors are way too distracting. Fit and finish is nice though, and I do think it is clever how they opened the doors in the cars. I have to say I really like the black S7 and the black Murcielago; the Viper can go 🙂




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  • Grrrowler

    First off, the agent needs to find another photographer. Every picture uses some weird filter that gives everything a dingy sort of creepy look.

    Beyond the quality of the pictures, I really like the house. It looks like it’s been there for a 150 or so years and it’s cohesive from room to room. The stone walls and beamed ceilings are great. The backyard pool area is really nice. It reminds me of a Civil War era fort, albeit with a pool and spa. The garage looks great, and it’s nice to see someone utilizing underground space for more auto storage. Overall I like the masculinity of the house.

    I hope it’s not being sold furnished because almost all of the furniture needs to go. It’s obvious that this place has been staged and the stager tried to too hard to tone down the masculine aspects. A skilled decorator could make it a really cool place. The whorehouse curtains that are all over the house would be the first things to be thrown onto the pyre. The dining chairs look like tombstones standing around the dining table. I’m also not sure about the staircase actually in the dining room, but I could live with it. The piano in the hallway just past the entrance foyer looks like it was accidentally left there. The kitchen cabinets are almost too distressed, but then again they do fit the style of the house and probably look better without the creepy lens filter. It’s disappointing to see a fiberglass tub in the master bathroom, but that could be easily fixed.

    As with the other AZ houses, it’s too bad it’s in AZ. However, I could see this one being a good winter vacation house.




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    • Grrrowler

      And I’m afraid I don’t see “Tuscan” in this place. Yeah, there is a lot of stone work but the style is based much more on the SW Mission style, such as: http://tinyurl.com/3xmax46.




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  • Iemand

    I don’t know about this one. Somehow it looks like it tries to look like a haunted house or something. The garage looks nice (my brother will have a lift like that in his garage), the price is still to much I think, based on other comments I don’t wanna live in Arizona and I’m not even going to bother complaining about the “lawn”.

    And could you take that photographer serious? C’mon, it way to much photoshop/HDR; a house this price should be taken seriously and this photographer appareantly doesn’t.




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    • Iemand

      I just saw the mansion of the day in Woodinville, WA, it’s bigger and cheaper and more my style. I really REALLY like that one. Also it in Washington so from my point of view a much better location.




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  • Marie

    I love the exterior but the interior is just straight up yuck, I agree with the needing of a serious interior decorator.




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  • Kieran

    Hate the photography, this is the type of editing you would use to make your muscles look big in photos of yourself, so whats it doing to this home? What does it really look like?

    I love this house though, whatever the photography is like I would live here!!! 🙂




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