Luxury real estate experts Tricia Cormie, who represented the seller, and Allise Cohen, who represented the buyer, of the Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Camelback Tower office close a Paradise Valley crown jewel for $3,800,000.
Adorned with an entry courtyard, antique water features, and sensational gardens the 1.14 acre grounds are a marvel. The centerpiece of the grounds – a luxuriously large, emerald-cut pool—a liquid sapphire set in the lush, exp25ansive lawn. The 6,257 square foot, 4 en-suite bedrooms —a rich design laden craftsmanship. From the hand-crafted plaster walls and hand-troweled moldings, to the groin vaulted ceilings and intricate limestone carved fireplace, this home is the Nance’s essence of architectural artistry where form and function seamlessly intertwine. Relax in the domed, boveda-brick breakfast room, or host an entertaining barbeque on the expansive gallery-styled patio.