An influential architect known for making a statement in modern residential home design is without a doubt, Frank Lloyd Wright. His limitless approach to building organic structures that flow harmoniously with their environment is a trend that never fades.
We see this approach around the valley often through desert contemporary architecture, its purpose is to complement the rigid minimalist landscape that surrounds us. Beyond just that, Frank Lloyd Wright properties tease the mind by incorporating vast architectural dimension and geometric precision. It is exciting and memorizing to experience a building that meets this standard.
A beautiful home that was built based on this inspiration has just come hit the market in the guard gated Spanish Hills community, located in the Southwest. Edgy, earthy and serene are few of the adjectives that come to mind when approaching this unique home. Once inside, the mixture of raw stone and rich woods that compose each surface bring about a mountain feel. Cozy like a cabin, yet robust and sturdy to withstand all odds. The impressive ceiling lines really draw your attention inside and out.
Like a modern piece of art, this style of architecture effortlessly blends curves, edges, lines and angles.
The earthy materials used throughout create a warm and tranquil atmosphere that brings you closer to the natural mountain landscape that is highlighted in the distance through floor-to-ceiling windows.
Dual master suites include their own living spaces, plus there are two additional en-suite bedrooms, and a fitness room. The kitchen meets luxury standards and a wood-finished bar in the great room opens to the patio for easy serving.
All in all, the value is found in the thought-provoking design and artistic level of craftsmanship. Even the meticulous landscape is worthy of appreciation by any desert enthusiast. An additional plus is the lack rear neighbors. The hillside location offers an extra level of privacy and unobstructed views of the west.
Copyright Jimmy Foster. Market Statistics from GLVAR. Photo & Video Credit Shapiro & Sher Group