This proposed Spanish Mediterranean style estate is going to be located at 21114 N 112 Street in Scottsdale, AZ. It will boast 12,889 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. It is listed at $12,800,000.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

The Estate residence on Lot 1724 is situated on an elevated ridge of four + private acres high in the Upper Canyon of Silverleaf, offering exceptional panoramic mountain & city light views. Designed by award winning architect Dale Gardon, this magnificent formal spanish mediterranean estate home was designed with every luxury & extensive detail one could imagine. Perfection is the first word that comes to mind as you take in all the beautiful features and thoughtfully designed floor plan. This incredible home is completely designed and awaiting groundbreaking… Ready for construction with permit, saving up to 2 years of design time & offering exquisite selections of all the finest materials, finishes and features.

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  • Nick

    Seems promising, that’s for sure.




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    • Marie

      I agree, I actually like what I see so far.




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  • Iemand

    I agree, it looks promising, especially the last drawing. I seems huge too…




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  • Daniel

    Looking at the architect’s website, it seems this place will look very nice when completed. The details in his other homes looks nice, especially in this one:

    http://www.dalegardondesign.com/residential3.html

    Damn shame it’s in Arizona.




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  • Nalin

    thats awesome but that house looks like its going to be wayyyyyyy bigger than the estimated 12,000 sq ft.




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    • NOVA Ben

      yeah, that thing looks at least double what they say, especially judging from that last pic




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  • John L.

    Did you notice the link to the home’s website? There are floorplans and additional information there: http://www.scottsdalegrandestate.com




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  • Grrrowler

    It definitely has potential. The style is definitely attractive. In the layout, I like how almost every interior space on the first floor opens onto a courtyard or terrace. I don’t like how the only way into the master bathroom is through a closet, or the fact that the nearest WC to the bed is several doorways and at least 4 turns away. It is too bad that it’s in AZ. I’d much prefer a Mediterranean style house to be, well, along the Mediterranean.




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    • John L.

      If you blow-up the floorplans in Adobe, you don’t have to enter the master bathroom through the closet. I think there are several ways into that area.

      Interestingly, the rendering of the rear elevation doesn’t quite match the floorplan.




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  • Stewie

    very nice




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  • rob

    This could be a good one.




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  • Venom

    Beautiful.




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  • Hugh

    Looks amazing. Thanks for the plans John L.




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  • NOVA Ben

    well I agree with the general consensus on this place…definitely has huge potential. I’m generally lukewarm on Mediterranean style homes but this looks beautiful.

    It IS in AZ though…Lots of people like this area (obviously) and it is beautiful in its own way, but the climate and landscape is a little too desolate and scrubby for me…blame my East Coast upbringing 😉

    after viewing the floorplans, I have a few little comments, good and bad:

    – the “covered guest parking” has no direct entry into the home, which I feel 50% negates its purpose….sure, it’s to keep visitors’ cars out of the elements, but then they have to walk to the home outdoors…seems odd (and yes I know it rains very little in AZ, but my point still stands)
    – while 15′ x 22′ is by no means a small room, it seems on the small side for the master bedroom of a house of this caliber
    – I LOVE the 2-story office with gallery, even though tons of high-end homes do the exact same thing.
    – I also like the abundance of terraces and balconies throughout the home
    – and finally…ONLY TWO BEDROOMS ON THE SECOND FLOOR?? what the hell?




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    • Hugh

      I agree! After looking at the floor planns im quite underwhelmed.

      The house has 3 bedrooms plus a guest suite! And i dislike how it is all separated upstairs.




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  • richvanc

    I’m with Grrrowler on this one…if it was on the Mediterranean, and it is a bit “scrubby” as NOVA Ben says, so I think I’ll pass :o)




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