This newly built contemporary mansion is located at 7804 N Hummingbird Lane in Paradise Valley, AZ. It is situated on 2.56 acres of privately gated land and was built by McBride Construction. It boasts 12,000 square feet of living space with modern gourmet kitchen, 2 family rooms, media room, gym, detached 2BR/2BA guesthouse with full kitchen, the finest woods and stones used throughout, hydrauza swimming pool with spa, 8-car garage and much more. It is listed at $8,488,800.

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  • Daniel

    Exterior is ugly in my opinion. Looks like an elementary school. The interior for the most part is very nice. I love the openness of the rooms. On first glance the kitchen looks claustrophobic, but then it opens out onto this huge family room…a little too huge in my opinion. Overall, I like the inside a lot.




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  • Barney

    And BTW…..WHO’S THE IMBECILE who decided to have every pic taken AT NIGHT, FOR CHRISTS’ SAKE?!?!?!




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    • Siobhan

      Stop yelling at us.




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      • Barney

        Sorry….no intention to yell at anyone….it’s just that I’m seriously passionate about architecture, construction, interior design, GOOD photography & presentation that bad pics make me CRAZY.




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      • Venom

        I like Barney’s yelling.
        It is both informative and passionate. lol
        He speaks the truth.




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        • Barney

          Muchos Gracias, Venom……how’s it goin’ up there in the county of Oak?

          SAME OLD SAME OLD here in St. Clair Bores 🙁




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  • Kieran

    Such a nice house, i would love that here n my city. Pretty much perfect




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  • Grrrowler

    Normally I like a well-done contemporary but this doesn’t seem well-done to me. As others have said, the outside is bland to a fault. The inside ended up being a mishmash of styles. Some rooms are OK, specifically the kitchen, but it doesn’t work for me to have a contemporary house with crown molding and wainscoting in some rooms, panel doors and drawer fronts in the bathrooms, a herringbone floor in the living room, etc. This is contemporary lite; I’m guessing it’s designed for someone who likes the idea of living in a contemporary house but doesn’t want actually live in a contemporary house. Pass.




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  • Oliver

    Hmm im torn here. Like Grrrowler said it feels like a contemporary that isnt fully contemporary but call me crazy i think thats what i like the most about it. I’m not always the biggest contemporary fan but in this case i really like it. I think the outside is cool looking, and i really like the inside. The coffered family room is a little on the large size but i suppose thats better than being too small. Barney is on to something tho in the fact that it definitely needs a little color or just something else to spruce it up and get rid of a little bit of the blandness factor. Bottom line is this is one contemporary i could see myself living in… Definitely not in AZ tho… seems like the worst place in the world for real estate now-a-days…




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  • Mak

    Boring.

    That is all.




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  • Venom

    This house is crap.
    If you pay anthing more than $2 million for this house you are an idiot.
    Bland and boring and little detail.




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    • Oliver

      If you paid only 2 million dollars for a 12,000sf house it’d have to be made out of cardboard lol. Just because its “bland” looking doesn’t automatically make it worthless. Its still a rather large house and worth at least a few million. Yes it is rather boring the way it sits now but i always kind of thought that was the point with contemporary.




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      • Venom

        I can get 12,000 sq.ft homes all day for $2 million an under.
        My house is 10,000 sq.ft and cost well under $2 million and it is excellent quality, with just as much land, two kitchens, all brick etc etc.
        You can’t throw a rock and not hit a large home for under $2 million these days.
        My buddy has a gorgeous home that was over 13,000 sq.ft that he had to sell in his divorce. He had over $1.5 million in it and had to sell it for $850,000. And his house was leaps and bounds above this piece of garbage.




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        • Oliver

          wow… well i guess ill eat my words on that one then… may i ask where abouts you live?? my uncle just built a gorgeous mountain style home in kentucky, its only about 5750sf which makes it rather small according to HOTR standards but i know he spent well over 3 million building it.




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  • Rath

    what is a hydrauza pool? When I google this all that comes up is that listing…




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  • Iemand

    Seems expensive, don’t like the interior, interior is not bad.




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  • Will

    I like the idea of softening up a contemporary home with the use of rustic wood floors and a variety of mouldings. The execution in this example gets a C- in my opinnion. It’s in the same vain as when a person takes a really old house/estate/castle in Europe and completely modernizes the interior.

    BTW…The listing mentions a floor plan. I can’t find it. Kenny, can you make it happen?




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  • Nick

    There’s something that makes me hate this mansion when I am looking at it.It is
    that it’s so bland?It is that it’s so boring?It is the unattractive location?Well, I don’t like this mansion, that’s all…




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