This sleek Contemporary new build is located at 11108 E Harris Hawk Trail in Scottsdale, AZ. It was designed by Sever Design Group and boasts 7,427 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, large open floor plan with indoor/outdoor living, retractable  window walls, detached guest house, swimming pool, 4-car garage and more. Once listed at $4,500,000, it can now be yours for $3,500,000. 

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  • Daniel

    I like this. The airport-sized living room is very nice and proportionate. The exterior is also very nice. The wood floors look beautiful, but something tells me they aren’t nearly as spectacular in person. Photos are HORRIBLE, over saturated and probably misleading. Price seems fair.




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    • Barney

      Jeeez, Dan…….”HORRIBLE”?!?! Really?? God, you’re about as close to impossible-to-please as I can imagine! And just how could these pics be misleading? They’re photos of empty-and-near-empty rooms taken with a modern digital camera, and that’s ALL. They’re perfectly framed, centered and as a photographer myself, I can tell you with all certainty that the pics are most certainly not misleading. What could there possibly be in these shots TO mislead anyone? You make no sense, Man! The rooms are clearly huge, however I agree with you that all the photos are clearly over saturated color-wise. Trust me….I know what I’m talking about when it comes to photography.

      And btw, LOVE the house…..it’s lines, proportions, stance, materials, LIGHTING and features are FAB-U-LUSS…..and EVEN I think the size is something that my partner, I and the dog could occupy without feeling like we were living in a castle. (Add about three more dogs and cats to the mix saved from the local shelter/Humane Society, and you’ve got the recipe for a perfectly happy home 🙂




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      • Daniel

        Over saturating a photo to the point where the colors looks nothing like they do in real life is misleading. I guarantee you those floors are NOWHERE near as vibrant or as shiny as they appear in the heavily retouched photos. I understand wanting to make the best impression, but cranking up the saturation seems to be the overly-common way of doing that. Find me a Kim Sargent photo that looks ANYTHING like the ones above. And look at photo 8; can you honestly sit there and say that the incredibly amount of smudging on the floors is in any way a positive?




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        • Mak

          I agree with Daniel. The pictures are terrible.




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          • Venom

            Perhaps so, but if I was flipping through listings for homes to go see, I would stop at this one and call the agent to go see it. And there in itself the photos served their purpose.

            They may not be 100% honest, but they are pretty. Kind of like a woman with lots of makeup and breast implants. lol




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  • Grrrowler

    This looks nice. In its current decorative state it’s practically barren, but it could be stunning. One of the best things is that it’s not a typical pseudo-hacienda style that’s so prevalent in AZ. I will echo the sentiment that the HDR pics are appalling.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This really isn’t my style, AZ location notwithstanding. I do appreciate the ample use of wood and stone, it looks very nice, but like I said, not my style.

    I literally cracked up when I saw the picture of that room with one lone leather recliner in the middle of it. Price seems very appealing.




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  • Venom

    I like it and the price is not terrible at all.
    I would change the wood floors to a different color, maybe black wood.




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