This modern desert villa is nestled into an Arizona hill, creating a 7,500-square-foot southwestern vacation home. The floor plan is designed to highlight the stunning views with large picturesque windows and comfortable outdoor living areas.
A neutral paver driveway leads up to a gorgeous southwestern-inspired home with stucco walls and terracotta roof tiles. Desert landscaping, full of cacti and pebbles, reflects and takes full advantage of the Arizona surroundings.
Oversized contemporary lounge chairs surround a beautiful pool with views of the Arizona desert and mountains. Stacked stone walls and terracotta roof tiles are used to create a rustic southwestern home exterior.
With breathtaking, expansive views of Arizona's Sonoran Desert and the surrounding McDowell and Mazatzal Mountains, along with Troon Mountain and Pinnacle Peak, this home epitomizes the Arizona lifestyle. The well thought out floor plan of the 7,317-square-foot home accommodates many lifestyle needs and entertaining on any scale. The 1,165-square-foot guest house has two bedrooms, a kitchen and comfortable living areas.
This Arizona desert retreat features rustic, southwestern style with stacked stone walls, terracotta roof tile and large windows to overlook the gorgeous view. Designers Tor Barstad and Joni Wilkerson and general contractor Emilio LoCascio of Gemini Development Corp. created an infinity pool with a seamless transition with the surrounding patio.
A stacked stone exterior sets a rustic tone for this Arizona desert mountain retreat. The home blends indoors and outdoors seamlessly with large windows and a living area that opens up to the pool. Oversized lounge chairs add a contemporary touch, as well as the perfect spot to relax poolside.
Stacked stone walls create a rustic living space that opens up to stunning views of the Arizona desert and mountains. A long sectional is paired with chairs and distressed tables for a comfortable, family-friendly space.
An open floor living room has a seamless transition to the outdoor patio, which features an infinity pool and stunning views of the Arizona desert and mountains. General contractor Emilio LoCascio arranged retractable glass walls which make for an easy flow and comfortable seating both inside and out.
Water tumbles across a steel structure surrounding the grill and into a basin below, creating a soothing sound for the pool area. The deck is clad in Oklahoma fieldstone, helping the property to blend with its natural desert surroundings.
The contemporary swimming pool overlooks the Santa Catalina Mountains. Colorful tiles bring southwestern flair to the steps up to the hot tub, while the sundecks feature submerged red lounge chairs with black-and-white umbrellas.