$15.8 Million Mansion In Paradise Valley, Arizona

Perfectly situated 1.43 gently sloping acres overlooking Paradise Valley, this amazing new $15.8 million home is steeped in European elegance. Exquisite design and the finest finishes work in concert with master artisans’ craftsmanship to create a visual symphony that rewards your senses at every turn.

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Perfectly situated 1.43 gently sloping acres overlooking Paradise Valley, this amazing new $15.8 million home is steeped in European elegance. Exquisite design and the finest finishes work in concert with master artisans’ craftsmanship to create a visual symphony that rewards your senses at every turn. Disappearing walls of glass seamlessly meld indoor and outdoor living spaces while framing the never-ending views of Camelback Mountain, shimmering city lights and romantic sunsets. From the intricate ceilings to the hand-hewn walnut floors, attention to the finest detail is evident throughout the entire 16,000 square-feet estate. Enormous glass walls pull the horizon into palatial rooms, which are painted to match the warm colors of the landscape. The floor plan strikes the perfect balance between refined sophistication and family-friendly livability. The 7-bed/10-bath stucco home was built in 2008 and has a pair of bathrooms in the master suite, a spa and heated lap pool, media room and guest quarters with a separate exterior entry.  Additional features include a butler’s pantry, a room-sized provisions pantry and adjacent informal dining room.  [via Realtor]

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