Pristine authentic, adobe-style home with bocce court by architect Clint Miller

Paradise Valley, AZ — bocce anyone? You have next…

This Rustic design with modern amenities residence by renowned architect Clint Miller (aka adobe architect specialist) is what dreams are made of. Architect Clint Miller used authentic mud adobe with 18” thick exterior walls to craft this masterpiece in the 70’s. And if you are an avid Phoenix homes and Garden or Luxe Magazine afficionado you might have seen this beauty, it’s been featured.

The 1 acre -property includes a pool, outdoor living room with kitchen, a bocce court, a casita for guests, and more. Located in one of Paradise Valley’s most desirable hoods

Take a peek inside…

  • Address: 5429 E Caron St, Paradise Valley
  • Price  Tag: $2.3 Million
  • Square Feet: 5,715
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 5 Full and 1 Half Baths
  • Built: 1971
  • Paradise Valley’s unique desert beauty is imbued throughout 5429 E. Caron Street, an authentic, adobe-style home designed by architect Clint Miller. The property has been featured in Phoenix Home & Garden, Luxe Magazine and exhibited on the Dream Homes Tour. Inside the 5,715-sq.-ft. estate, find rustic design details and modern amenities—among them, 18” thick adobe walls, hardwood floors, natural wood-beamed ceilings and exposed brick walls. A great room connects to a dining room and a kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. French doors open to the backyard, which boasts a pool, outdoor living room with kitchen, a bocce court and a casita for guests. Additional features include 5 masonry fireplaces and a 3-car garage. The home is ideally located in one of Paradise Valley’s most desirable neighborhoods, close to the Paradise Valley Country Club, Camelback Golf Club, the new Ritz Carlton Resort, top-rated schools as well as the best shopping, dining, and amenities.

This listing is with Adrian Heyman The Agency 

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