Location: 10232 E Cinder Cone Trail, Scottsdale, AZ

Square Footage: 9,009

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: $4,500,00

This gorgeous Tuscan style stone mansion is located at 10232 E Cinder Cone Trail in Scottsdale, AZ and is situated on 1.3 landscaped acres. Past the tree-lined driveway, you are greeted by the front entrance with double steps and fountain with fiber optic lights. Built in 2007, the mansion also features a semi-detached guest casita with 2-car garage and living quarters above. Inside, the main house features approximately 9,009 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, marble floors throughout, 2-story foyer/reception room with cathedral beam ceilings that extends all the way to the back of the house, formal living and dining rooms, wet bar, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, oval shaped home office, recreation room, home theater and much more. The rear of the home features a curved covered patio with outdoor dining area and fireplace and a swimming pool with spa and numerous water features.

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  • Daniel

    The entrance fountain is cool. Living room floors look like petrified and polished dung. Went a bit overboard with the pool fountains.




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  • Venom

    OMG this is beautiful. I love it. How the hell is this only $4.5 million?




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    • Chris Kohler

      It is the Arizona desert. Such estates in Arizona, Colorado or Texas are always considerably cheaper than they would be in Beverly Hills or other places like that. I never was there, but from what I’ve heard about Arizona, it gets so hot during the day that you can hardly leave the house. People basically just rush from air conditioned houses to air conditioned cars and back, spending as little time in the open as possible. Also I suppose you have much less of a choice of good restaurants, schools and other things to do than you would in one of the expensive neighborhoods of Los Angeles, New York or other big, cosmopolitan cities.




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  • Grrrowler

    I hate the furnishings, but the house itself is kind of cool. I would prefer the living room floor to be a little more rustic and a lot less glossy. I particularly like the master bedroom.




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  • Chris Kohler

    My favorite out of all the houses that have been featured during the last few weeks or even months.

    I especially like the polished stone floors and the plastered, wallpaper-less walls.
    I grew up in and around very old houses. The elementary school I went to was over 1000 years old, one of my aunts lived in a house that was 700 years old and as far as I know none of the houses I ever lived in as a child or during my youth was ever younger than at least 100 years.
    All those places had wooden floors and ugly wallpaper on every wall, which must be why I just don’t associate those things with luxury and beauty, not even very expensive wooden floors and wallpapers.




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  • Chris Kohler

    My favorite out of all the houses that have been featured during the last few weeks or even months.

    I especially like the polished stone floors and the plastered, wallpaper-less walls.
    I grew up in and around very old houses. The elementary school I went to was over 1000 years old, one of my aunts lived in a house that was 700 years old and as far as I know none of the houses I ever lived in as a child or during my youth was ever younger than at least 100 years.
    All those places had wooden floors and ugly wallpaper on every wall, which must be why I just don’t associate those things with luxury and beauty, not even very expensive wooden floors and wallpapers.

    (Something went wrong when I tried to post this comment. When I tried it again I got the error message that I’m trying to post a duplicate post, but the original isn’t there when I reload the site. So please excuse me if it ends up being a double post.)




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    This home does radiate a statement; as for me I really do not care for the color of the wood. I would have different type of lighting on the ceilings, now the floors I do like. It actually looks more Western than Tuscan.




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