Bringing back the 1800’s! Well sort of, maybe not! Neoclassical Architecture Design home in North Scottsdale Wishing for $7 Million


9291 E RED BIRD RD Scottsdale, AZ 85262 1

Price Tag: $7,000,000

The Hood: Scottsdale, AZ

The Scoop: Let’s throw out a little history here! The Neoclassical architecture is an architectural style produced by the neoclassical movement that began in the mid-18th century. The home was not designed or built in the 1800’s (more like 2006) but has a slight resemblance.  If you were to design a neoclassical architecture today I am sure it would look similar to this estate, well maybe not.

This design is a combo architecture design featuring two types of architecture, a Neoclassic Architecture and Santa Barbara Mission-Style. This two level crafted masterpiece has phenomenal finishes and built on a nearly 5 acre parcel of land on the west slope of Pinnacle Peak in Scottsdale, Arizona. Boosting boosting beautiful Arizona desert & wildlife, mountain, and city light views from every angle. The Neoclassical architecture is not your typical Scottsdale Home design but when you integrate the Santa Barbara Mission-Style it begins to blend in well with the area.

Inside this massive 7 Bedroom, 7.5 Bathroom, 13,473 sq.ft a family will find a game room with a bar, library/office, theatre, gym, a wine cellar downstairs, and a one-bedroom (with en-suite) – detached guest house with a full kitchen. The Property is not in an HOA and there are no deed restrictions. Absolute privacy with only half-mile to the Pinnacle Peak Trail. Word of advice leave the Mercedes or Lambo and bring your big boy cars (Trucks) because the road leading up to the home is not paved and might scratch your precious little sports car.

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