Homes in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Ranch Highlands Architect William P. Bruder designed the 1998 Byrne Residence and helped plan its renovation. The four-bedroom house features a steel roof and exterior copper panels; sandblasted concrete block interior walls that won the Arizona Masonry Guild’s Gold Trowel Award; polished concrete floors; a central skylight; glass walls offering desert and mountain views; and a dining patio. The 5-acre property is landscaped with native plants, including saguaro cacti. $1,649,000. Scott Jarson, AZArchitecture/Jarson & Jarson, (480) 254-7510
Desert Mountain The floor-to-ceiling windows of this 2004 Desert Modern home frame views of the Sonoran Desert. The updated four-bedroom, open-plan house has two gas fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, a master wing, a separate wing with three en suite bedrooms, and a central art gallery with clerestory windows. The 1-acre lot features patios, a pool, and desert landscaping; community amenities include six golf courses and a fitness center. $1,779,000. Karen Baldwin, Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, (480) 694-0098
Carefree Ranch Designed in 1992 by architect Charles Johnson, this five-bedroom, stone-clad home melds historic pueblo and contemporary Southwestern style. The living room’s ceiling wheel opens to the sky; a sitting area wall opens to the infinity pool and hot tub. The 15-acre gated property includes two guest casitas with private patios; views of Desert Mountain; and access to wild desert terrain. $4,495,000. Charles Martin, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices/Arizona Properties, (480) 703-3493
Desert Mountain This 2018 four-bedroom home was inspired by pueblo architecture. The main living space has an 18-foot slate-tiled fireplace, clerestory windows, coffered ceilings, and a glass wall opening to a patio; the master suite has a sitting room and marble fireplace; and two en suite bedrooms have backyard access. The 1-acre mountain-view property features a covered patio with two fireplaces, pool, and hot tub and separate guest quarters with kitchenette and patio. $3,675,000. Kellan Brady, Aeris House Properties, (480) 310-1767
Lost Canyon Built in 1999, this Southwestern-style stucco home sits on 3.3 private acres in a canyon in the McDowell Mountain preserve. The open kitchen–living room features floors of flagstone and 100-year-old barn wood, built-in shelving and display nooks, and a viga ceiling; the basement includes a home theater. Outside are a covered patio, a landscaped pool, a hot tub, a two-room guest casita, and surrounding mountain views. $2,999,900. Mike Domer, Walt Danley Realty/Christie’s International Real Estate, (480) 861-8883
Steal of the week
South Scottsdale Built in 1958 and recently renovated, this three-bedroom ranch home stands on a landscaped lot in Old Town, near restaurants and shopping. A wood-print tile plank floor flows through the opened-up space; the kitchen features granite counters and stainless appliances; and the home has new HVAC and dual-pane windows. The walled backyard includes a lawn, a fire pit, and a patio. $392,500. Matthew Long, Realty Executives, (833) 589-2614 ■