The Most Romantic Homes: These Luxury Homes Will Set Buyers’ Hearts Aflutter
Home is where the heart is and these magnificent pieces of paradise will make the perfect nests for lovebirds looking for quiet, lush romantic settings. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty has a list of its most romantic homes. These charming getaways will sweep owners off their feet and have them humming Engelbert Humperdinck songs.
Case in point: the $2,295,000 heartstopper at 6948 E. Stagecoach Pass in Carefree by Preston Westmoreland. You can’t get more romantic than a house shaped like a wedding cake. Designed with rare and timeless European flair, it’s been described by the media as one of the “hottest homes in the Southwest.” With its jaw-dropping vistas and city lights, this private-gated enclave will have owners swooning. Lovers can sweat it out together in the sauna and later on to the private sitting room with a fireplace.
The next romantic retreat is a $2,100,000 estate at 15808 S. 7th Street in Phoenix by Frank Aazami and Barry Van Patten II. This Love palace features a cozy seating area with a two-way fireplace perfect for cool winter nights. The hilltop home has miles-long mountain views, two wet bars and a cozy breakfast nook. Guests can stay the night in a suite with a separate entrance.
With mountain and city-lights views that will mean love at first sight, the next cozy kingdom sits at 27842 N 103rd Place in Scottsdale and is listed by Tracy Fitzgerald for $3,950,000. A two-sided Cantera fireplace and wet bar combine will set the mood. A breathtaking golf course serves as a quiet, lush green neighbor. Even the office exudes romance, with a fireplace, bookshelves and built-in desk. This once-in-a-lifetime charmer of a home also boasts an indoor steam shower, a private outdoor shower as well as negative edge pool and spa.
Last but not least, the modern-inspired compound at 11426 E Kendra Lane in Cave Creek is swoon-worthy. The $2,195,000 high desert love nest is listed by Kathy Harris is snugly tucked into a hillside – allowing for a couple’s privacy while maximizing its views. Lush gardens and sweeping views of Arizona’s stunning sunsets, golf course, lake, city lights and mountains make this a magnificent retreat. If that’s not enough to stoke romantic fires, a welcoming fireplace in the grand living room may do the trick.
“The list of homes in Arizona that evoke the romantic spirit is long but we’ve narrowed it down,” said Jim Lyon, Chairman of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty. “These homes have everything from cozy fireplaces, romantic spas to sweeping views of city lights and mountains – the perfect ingredients for a romantic retreat.”