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For sale: 6 extraordinary homes in Phoenix

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Arcadia Lite. This contemporary-style house has an open concept and 20-foot-high ceilings in the main living spaces. Built in 2015, the four-bedroom home features marble kitchen counters, wood floors, and upstairs views of Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak.

The lot holds a backyard lawn and a gravel yard in the front. $769,900. Edmund Garcia, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Arizona Properties, (602) 565-2235.

Paradise Valley. Set in a gated community near the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, this five-bedroom home offers mountain views. Built in 1998, the house features travertine and wood flooring, beamed ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling stone wall with a fireplace, and custom desert-themed stained glass.

The 0.85-acre lot boasts a pool, a patio, an outdoor fireplace, and a built-in barbecue. $1,799,000. Doug King, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Arizona Properties, (602) 332-6106.

Camelback East. Built in 1967, the Lykes Home is the last one designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The three-bedroom circular house sits on a hillside with city views and includes the architect's custom built-in furniture and cabinets, a large kitchen, and stone floors.

The 1.32-acre lot features a crescent-shaped pool, a patio, and desert landscaping. $3,250,000. Robin Orscheln, Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty, (602) 380-8735.

Marion Estates. This three-bedroom, midcentury modern ranch house built in 1956 has been updated with cherry hardwood floors, a gourmet kitchen, and a wine room.

A wall of windows frames views of Piestewa Peak and Camelback Mountain, and the property includes rock landscaping and a pool. $825,000. Grant Almquist, Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty, (602) 615-2799.

Camelback East. Lying on a hillside, this three-bedroom home built in 1961 offers city and valley views. The main living space has floor-to-ceiling windows and stone floors, and each bedroom is en suite and carpeted.

The property includes a patio, a pool, and desert landscaping. $1,950,000. Nancy Seay, Engel & Völkers Scottsdale, (602) 317-7991.

Arcadia. This Tuscan villa-style house built in 2002 features an open layout, stainless-steel appliances, and granite kitchen counters. The three-bedroom home includes concrete floors downstairs and sisal carpeting upstairs.

Outside, an organic garden has raised planting beds and is surrounded by a gravel yard. $389,990. John Gluch, RE/MAX Platinum Living, (480) 329-4995.

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