This Mediterranean style mansion is located at 10947 E Wingspan Way in the Upper Canyon of Silverleaf in Scottsdale, AZ. It was built in 2007 and is situated on 2.23 acres with breathtaking city and mountain views. It boasts a paver stone entry with fountain, motor court and a 5-car garage. Inside there is 12,890 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, breakfast room, 2-story family room, limestone and walnut hardwood flooring, groin arch and coffered ceilings, custom Alder and Brazilian wood work throughout, 5 hand-carved limestone fireplaces, den, bonus room, 1200+ bottle wine cellar, game room with wet bar, gym, swimming pool with spa, 2 built-in BBQ areas with bar and more. It is listed at $6,995,000. It is also available for rent at $20,000/month.

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  • Daniel

    It’s nice but it’s odd at the same time. I’m not a fan of the gentle slope this house is set on. Interior ain’t half bad, but some rooms look awfully small (master bedroom, living room). The different-width steps in photo 5 irk me like nothing else. The kitchen flooring looks completely out of place. The family room is oddly huge. That formal staircase is nice but I wish it was off the living room. The master bath doors are beautiful and should be the front doors. Pool looks very nice but I don’t know why so much attention architecturally is focused on the master bath area. Why is the exterior stone work and aforementioned doors nicer than anywhere else in the home? Whatever room that is directly in front of the pool should have the most attention and formality.




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    • John L.

      Interesting point, Daniel, about highlighting the entrance to the master bath. One would think that the owner would want some privacy in that area of the home. I do think the canterra is really nice at the entrance to the house, but I agree that the wrought-iron doors in the master bath would be nicer as the front doors to the house.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I like this quite a bit, which is surprising given the fact it’s in AZ and that Mediterraneans are a tough sell for me personally. Mostly it’s just a pleasing, inviting-looking place, outside and in. I love the stamped metal ceiling in the recreation room. The odd room out for me is the kitchen, which is oddly cold-looking compared to the rest of the home.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like lots of the various details and styles, but I’m not sure I like them all combined in this house.




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  • James

    Totally agree with the steps (5), odd as hell along with the fact that the furniture is placed inches from the top step. The other thing that caught my eye was the contrast (2) between the totally groomed house side of the drive way versus the tumbleweed on the other, probably just an AZ kinda thing. And I guess the last thing to bitch about is the curved balcony (4) in the entrance hall, don’t care for it, too much going on that tight space, I guess it’s a different strokes for different folks kind of thing.




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  • Venom

    I hate the white surround around the front door. I don’t know if I could ever get past that.




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    • NOVA Ben

      It’s easy, just walk through the door

      hardy har har




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  • Plain J.

    Well, the house’s exterior is okay. However, I definitely agree with the steps, it is really out of place.




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