Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty’s 124-Foot-Tall Structure Rises Almost a Half Football Field Aside Thumb Butte
It’s the Empire State Building of the mountains.
A towering single-family home is now up for sale and the Prescott high-reaching abode claims bragging rights as the world’s tallest single-family home in the world. At 124-feet tall, this 3-bedroom, 4-bathrrom 6,200-square-foot marvel is on the market for $1.5 million and is being offered by Frank Aazami.
Also referred to as The Falcons Nest, this home is located at 2365 Skyline Dr. and stands tall on 1.08 acres of desert mountainside. Designed with the view in mind, this ten-story masterpiece is the work of Phoenix architect Sukmar Pal. Glass ceilings and walls in nearly every room allow for a breathtaking 120 miles of scenic views of the San Francisco Peaks, Thumb Butte, Humphrey’s Peak, and Bill Williams Mountain.
A hydraulic elevator ensures residents are conveniently transported from the garage level all the way up to the sixth floor. While being up high in the sky may feel isolating, Whiskey Row and beautiful downtown Prescott are just minutes away. Neighbors are nearby, but the generous trees and Prescott National Forest provide the privacy required by this glass-covered abode. The Falcon enjoys the best of both worlds with the feeling of seclusion yet the convenience of short travel time into town.
“This home is truly an architectural rarity,” said the listing agent, Frank Aazami. “It exemplifies engineering excellence in an exceptional location. Looking out at the city lights and sunset from The Falcon will leave you awestruck.”