This Spanish Hacienda is located at 10782 E Heritage Court Unit: 1609 in Scottsdale, AZ. It was built in 2010 by American First Builders. It is situated 2.24 acres and boasts 9,684 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, large open great room with vaulted beam ceiling, gourmet kitchen with 2 islands, home theater, covered patio with fireplace and TV, swimming pool with spa and waterfall, outdoor kitchen and so much more. It is listed at $8,500,000. I love that awesome shower with window and built-in television!

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  • Daniel

    Not bad. I think they were having a sale on chandeliers though. And is that the master closet with the washer/dryer? Interesting.

    What I don’t get is why a single-family home has a unit number. $8.5 million should really get a standalone house number, especially in Arizona.




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    • Grrrowler

      I see lots of houses in this size range in the Seattle area with washers/dryers in the master suite, usually in the closet. Those in this house should be behind a door however.




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      • NOVA Ben

        Okay, that makes more sense…I thought that that was just an elaborate laundry room, and I was going to be impressed, but I don’t like that it’s in the master closet. So what happens when you have a couple of teenagers who live at home and are expected to do their own laundry? Guess you’ll have your kids tromping through the master suite to do it…




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    • John

      10782 is the house number that is unique to just that home in the development. 1609 is just the lot number, which is not necessary and don’t know why listing agents feel the need to put that in this scenario.




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  • Venom

    Well done house.
    Well done kitchen, well done master bathroom and closet and the theater and outdoor area are excellent.
    It was as if I designed this house myself.

    My friends have a washer and dryer in their master closet just like how this is done because their house is very large and other than the master being on the first floor all the other bedrooms are upstairs and the large laundry room is up there so instead of having to take their clothes upstairs or building another large laundry room on the first floor, it was easier just to do this. It works really well.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Hopefully that’s what was done in this home (see my above comment)




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  • Grrrowler

    Yeah, too many chandeliers. Beyond that it does seem like a nice AZ house. I don’t like the TV in the shower, although the shower itself is nice.




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  • Iemand

    The chandeliers were on sale apparently…
    And a tv in a shower, talking about useless things, one visible from the tub I can understand (to be honest, I wouldn’t mind having one there) but this, no…

    House itself is pretty nice though, I would change the light fixtures and the theater needs a make-over but the rest is fine. I like the fireplace near the bath (also useless but let’s forget that)




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  • NOVA Ben

    I really like this place. AZ is not in my list of places I’d like to live, but the home itself looks great. As is typical with homes like this, there’s too much beige, so some decorating will liven it up a bit. I really like the wood-beam ceilings and stone walls inside, very rustic and nice-looking. I really really like that butler’s pantry (?…or catering kitchen? Not sure what it is in photo 5).

    Outside looks pretty nice too, I like the pool and the views look good. Overall I’m impressed. Although, if you feel the need to watch TV while taking a shower, I think you should seek professional help.




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  • rob

    I am not a fan of that much tile on the floors. Maybe the right decorator can warm it up a bit. Like the pool alot. Great setting and nice color.




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