This massive newly built Santa Barbara/Tuscan inspired estate is located at 6721 E Cheney Drive in Paradise Valley, AZ. It is situated on 3 acres and features a whopping 33,000 square feet of living space under roof with 22,000 square feet of that being living space. There are two large courtyards, one small one near the front entrance of the home and a large one that is connected to the spacious guest home (which features a kitchen and living area). Both courtyards have custom fountains. There are a total of 11 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms throughout the estate. The main house features a 2-story great room room, dining/breakfast rooms, gourmet kitchen, separate catering kitchen, wet bar, library with custom built-ins, wine cellar, home theater, indoor basketball court, gym and numerous other living spaces. The sumptuous master suite contains a large bedroom with fireplace, bathroom, custom closets and French doors leading to a private mini courtyard with spa. The estate also features a separate guest casita, numerous balconies and sundecks, swimming pool complex with lazy river and an 8-car garage. It is listed at $16,000,000.

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  • Roberto Landi

    Really really nice




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  • Tigurinn

    Fugly




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  • Chris

    I love this house. I would gladly move to Paradise Valley if it meant I got to live in this.




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  • dan

    Huge house for the money. I like the extensive covered patios. I don’t like the use of wooden beams. Most of them look like they are glued into place – not part of the structure. The exterior is very plain looking for this kind of money.




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  • The Last Man Standing

    I liked the house. I didn’t like the lot shoehorned in to the neighborhood. It felt Spanish not Tuscan. I like the courtyards and imagine the soothing sound of bubbling fountains as you go by.
    From the link video tour I hope the library in the guest house is mislabeled. It belongs in the main house.
    My one quibble is that all the bathrooms are apparently open to a patio. I don’t really want to be walking by and see great aunt Bertha on the throne. The master bath with its own giant courtyard really is strange. You could play raquet ball from the tub. I just don’t get it.
    On the flip side I love the bar top. That’s really a cool stone.




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  • rob

    Some really good details, the stonework and the ceilings in particular. But what about the landscaping. Is the whole lot just paved over? Something really off putting about having a whole yard that is nothing but paving stone. The courtyard is completely paved as well. I like the compound feel to the place, but it needs more greenery. At least a few cactus.




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  • Grrrowler

    I started off writing that I was torn on this place, but the more I look, the less torn I am: I don’t like it. The front facade is just off and is not very welcoming; it makes me think of a dental arts building in Phoenix. I don’t like what seems like acres of paving leading to the front, and the stucco is too plain and white; some age should have been designed into the house. I do like the courtyards and think they look like pleasant places to spend time. I also don’t like that the house just seems to sprawl in all directions. And, the rear of the house is hideous, really truly hideous. That is the shortest lazy river I’ve ever seen, but that’s a function of having too much house on too little lot.

    The interior is completely forgettable. The few hacienda-style details look like they were added as afterthoughts.




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    • Jason

      I agree- ugly, bland, overblown, stretched out and badly proportioned. I just can’t get into Phoenix area mansions. YUCK!




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  • Tony

    This house is nice for the price




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  • DR.VEGAS

    That’s not a house. It’s a fancy boarding school. Not really feeling it…except for as ROB said-some of the stone work and the ceiling work.Pretty ballsy play for a spec home.




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  • Daniel

    I guess you can no longer purchase similarly sized foreclosures in this area for a a quarter of the asking price?




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  • Marie

    Parts of the house I like, then some of it is comes off as too bland. I think they should have knocked off at least half of the square footage to make it more appealing.




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  • John L.

    I love many homes in Arizona, but this house is a mess!! No continuity, stretched and bloated. There are nicer spec houses on the market currently that could be bought for much less.




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