This newly built Mediterranean style home is located at 8329 N Ridgeview Drive in Paradise Valley, AZ. It boasts 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, French oak wood floors, hand carved cantera stone fireplaces, open floor plan, home theater, swimming pool, guest house, 6-car garage and more. It is listed at $5,237,000.

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  • Daniel

    Hmm. Exterior looks like everything else in Arizona. I actually like this interior more than other Mediterranean’s in Arizona though. Maybe it’s the dark mocha-colored walls, but it just seems more appealing. I really like the hallway in photo 5. Only thing I would change are the swirled-poo columns throughout.




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  • Grrrowler

    Oh look…it’s beige, with beige accents. How original. I do see a ton of potential for the interior however. The spaces and some of the existing details are quite nice, and the scale of the rooms looks good. I think the exterior could be a lot more interesting in a different color.




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  • kg

    What color would u paint the inside beige looks good




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    • NOVA Ben

      I might answer that question if you typed in coherent sentences. You’re not on your cell phone, put in a little more effort (and punctuation).




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  • george

    How large is the house? How large is the lot?




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  • NOVA Ben

    The exterior isn’t bad at all, maybe a slightly different color would liven it up more. Unfortunately, as usual, the interior needs waaaaay more color. I’m so tired of the beige beige beige of many of these homes. I’m not saying you have to slather the walls in bright primary colors…sometimes neutral colors are okay, but they don’t ALWAYS have to be variations of tan and brown. The interior does have plenty of promise, just not in this palette.




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  • rob

    There is something very squat and solid looking about the house. I like the organic look on the exterior. It looks very blended into the desert environment and it also looks old. I like the feel of the interior. This house is in a pretty cool neighborhood. They have everything from 50’s ranch style homes to ulta modern in the neighborhood. I cannot tell from bing if the lot has any elevation. One of the great things about living in the desert is the views you can get. Pretty nice house. Looks cozy.




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    • rob

      PS. Big fan of that bleached wood floor.




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  • Venom

    Pretty bland and generic looking, as generic as a $5 million house can be.
    A little color would not hurt.




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  • Danny

    Decent home, but you trying to tell me people are still building 5+ million dollar homes in AZ to sell. Interesting. Please follow up and let us know when it goes and for how much.




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  • Georgio

    I must be in the minority who hates this house. It looks too dark and uninviting for me, the foyer too small, and no new home should have such archaic features as fans. Not to mention they’re ugly. The rear is nice, though.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Yes, ceiling fans have been around for a very long time, but there’s a reason for that. They remain one of the most efficient and cost effective way of circulating air without the use of air conditioning, and I don’t see a problem with that. Sure there are more “high-tech” ways of doing that and most other things around the house, but not everyone wants their home to look like a Sharper Image showroom. That’s an odd feature to seize on as “archaic”.

      And the foyer being too small? That’s only because the designers of all those garbage McMansions have brainwashed you into believing that a foyer is too small if it doesn’t have 80-foot ceilings and quadruple curved staircases.




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  • kg

    Great house probably will go for around 4,200,000




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