Inside “The Ramada House” $2.6M design by Tucson architect Judith Chafee


“The Ramada House“ a design by Tucson architect Judith Chafee 1

Built in 1975 and designed by world renowned architect architect Judith Chafee. She designed the home with two factors in mind – the heat and the glare of the sun. Known as “The Ramada House” because its shaded by a huge Ramada that allows the right amount of light & comfortable temperatures through the house. In 2005 the house was nationally recognized as an architectural masterpiece in the National Register of Historic Places.

Located at 2801 E Camino Norberto in the Catalina Foothills of Tucson, Arizona.

The house specs includes 4 BEDs, 4 BATHs, 3,797 sf, 2 car garage, private pool, and located on (8.72 acres / 379,817 sqf) one of the last large parcels in the Foothills.

Style: Contemporary & Southwest

Price Tag: $2,595,000

Wikipedia – Judith Davidson Chafee (1932–1998) was an American architect known for her work on residential buildings in Arizona and for being a professor of architecture at the University of Arizona. She was a recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts Fellowship to the American Academy in Rome during the middle of her career and was the first woman from Arizona to be named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

I consider this type of property livable art says Arizona Luxury Real Estate Agent Juan Pesqueira and the right buyer will appreciate the design, if he/she is to update the house will keep it in its original design…

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