Hip List: A Piece of History on Camelback Road

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About the Property

  • Richly historical home in original condition
  • Roof deck with views of the surrounding golf course and mountains
  • Ideal location on over 1.5 acres with superb Camelback Mountain views
  • Separate guest quarters

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Sitting in the Adobe Corridor surrounded by mountains, the home at Camelback Road is nothing short of an architectural masterpiece. Designed by Architect R. T. Evans, the home was built in 1929 and still maintains its original condition with only a few modifications.

The home holds a rich historical background rooted in family, as the grandparents of the current owners constructed it. With views on all sides, it’s surrounded by a collection of restored historic adobe homes in an area known for its early development of tourist and destination industries.

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Today the area has grown into a thriving community of world-class restaurants and shopping just minutes from Camelback Road. The home also has access to the Phoenician Resort’s Canyon Golf Course, a 27-hole course that spans 6,300 yards of terrain with outstanding desert views.

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The interior of the home has been kept in the best condition, with all of the original design elements. The woodwork is mostly original redwood, with floors a mix of original wood and red concrete. Oversized, beamed ceilings and an original center hearth make for a warm and inviting living area.

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With three bedrooms in the main house and a separate guest casita, there’s plenty of room for the homeowners and their visitors. Both guests and homeowners can enjoy the roof deck with romantic views of Camelback Mountain or relax on the outdoor patio.

This Spanish Eclectic home is a gem, with a unique design influenced by the Pueblo Revival and Monterey styles of the past that are difficult to imitate today.

About the Agent

A native Arizonan (Scott is named after Scottsdale!); Scott Jarson holds a fine arts degree from Arizona State University and a lifetime of study and interest in art and architecture. Scott entered the real estate business in 1987. Scott holds EcoBroker®/Ecosociate® certification.

Together with his wife Debbie, they have specialized in what they describe as Architecturally Unique Homes© since 1990. They share a passion for art, architecture and fine design that they love to share with others. The Jarsons invite you to visit azarchitecture.com for continued updates on available properties, new construction, interviews, events, design resources and much more.

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