This estate was built in 1989 and is located at 12008 S Montezuma Court in Phoenix, AZ. It is situated on 1.37 acres of land with a porte cochere, elaborate fountains and extensive landscaping. It boasts 8,500 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, double height office, family room, 2 master bedrooms, home theater, game room, elevator, guest quarters, expansive terraced patios, swimming pool with spa, outdoor fireplace, large cabana with kitchen and eating area, outdoor bath and steam room, tournament sized sunken & lighted tennis court, mini orchard and a putting green. It is listed at $3,995,000.

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  • Daniel

    Yay! An Arizona house that DOESN’T incorporate sand/dust/tumbleweeds into the landscaping!

    For 1989, it ain’t bad at all. It reminds me of the Boca country club homes with the porte-cochere and clubhouse-like feel to it. I don’t mind it at all. Considering the home probably started out as a 1980s contemporary home, the transition to Mediterranean isn’t as bad as I’ve seen in other homes. The worst room is probably the master bathroom. The master bedroom is also a little weird given the placement of the TV armoir next to the fireplace; I guess it isn’t possible to mount a flat-screen TV directly on the fireplace?

    Overall, given the year it was built, it isn’t bad at all. However, the price seems a little high given all the short-sale/foreclosure listings we have seen before from the area.




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  • Onions

    Aside from the obvious location problem, it’s a great home! Never seen such a diverse portfolio of lime green polo shirts either.




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  • Al Robinson

    So many nice things to say about this place, I don’t even know where to start!!

    I love the bedroom, even with the hardwood floors. That putting green is fantastic, and what a NICE landscaping job. I also really like those terraces.

    Nice find Kenny.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s not bad. For a house is age it doesn’t look dated. I’m surprised how impersonal the interior is for a house that is lived in. If it weren’t for the clothes in the closet I would say it was staged. I don’t care for the living room; I’ve never liked rooms separated by colonnades like that. I think the dining room is ridiculously small for house this size, at least if the owner plans to do any type of entertaining. I do like that the hardwood floors have been laid at a 45 degree angle. As for the outside, with the fountain and the porte cochere it looks too much like many of the resort hotels scattered around AZ: http://image.pegs.com/content/H/H1H/H1H1/H1H1Z/she954ex.53008_lg_J.jpg

    I would hate to see the water bill for keeping that grass green in AZ in the summer!




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  • Kieran

    Love the size of the photos here! House isnt bad




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