With six-bedrooms and six full and three half bathrooms, the single-level includes an independent guest wing comprising a bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom and laundry. The automotive fan will enjoy the 2,000-square-foot double- height garage, which has six spaces; with stowing lifts added, this capacity doubles. Offering ample cabinetry, storage and workspace, the garage directly accesses the main living quarters. For those with larger car collections, more bays can be added on the adjacent land.
Four years in design and construction by the owner, the Camino Sin Nombre home is just months short of com- pletion, allowing you the opportunity to customize it to your needs. "The new owners can personalize the home or it can be completed following the existing specifications in a fraction of the time it would take to design and build. You will save money that you'd have to spend to build a masterpiece like this to capture the views, to create its unique floor plan and the organic touch of its structural components,". "You can come in now with your interior expert and finish and furnish it to your taste. This is a great opportunity for a lucky buyer. This house is amazing, one of a kind. And, the new owner can complete the home to their desires, which is special opportunity," explains Keith R. Galbut, President of Advocate- Residential Construction Advisors, also Phoenix, who is serving as an owners representative and consultant. Other master vendors can be recommended for additional millwork, landscaping and enhancements to the prewired audio/ visual, home automation and security systems. "However this home is finished, and by what owner, it will be warm, spiritual, ethereal, artful and exciting, It is big enough and intimate enough to entertain hundreds and also serve as an inviting family home. This remarkable home can answer to all of your needs and moods."
This flexibility informed the vision from the start. "We wanted to have a unique home that captured true modernist architectural theory and philosophy but that didn't sacrifice warmth and livability," says the owner, who had to change his moving plans to the Valley despite the time and money invested in the home. "We wanted the home to provide us with open, airy and efficient living spaces that were specifically programmed for an active lifestyle and that would allow for both grand entertaining and still provide an enormous amount of intimate spaces and experiences." Built in an angled "U" shape, the Camino Sin Nombre home features two mirroring corridors, one for the master bedroom and the other for the family bedrooms and guest quarters. These and the home's central corridor make this an art- collector's dream space, especially with custom lighting by the inimitable Walter Spitz, Creative Designs in Lighting (CDL), Scottsdale. Between these bedroom corridors, uniting them, is a focal point 25-meter zero-edge lap and reflecting pool, which repeats their geometry outdoors. Electronically controlled curtains on the floating window system along both passage- ways will offer privacy and shade on demand. The inspired design and rich materials palette ensure the achievement of the home. "We wanted the architecture to be the aesthetic, and we wanted the home's structure to define that," the owner explains.
To this end, extensive poured-in-place white concrete, using snap ties and board-form techniques, appears inside and out, celebrating the strength, character and candor of the home. Custom steel siding and metal structural materials intensify this theme. Similarly inspired interior materials include granite, steel and glass.
You want to touch these walls, they are so expressive and a central concept of this remarkable home," Wilson explains. "Whenever I visit, that's exactly what I do, and I immediately connect to the energy and inspiration." In the same way, polished custom white concrete floors add to the crispness of the design as well as the comfort of a desert home without carpeting. Elsewhere, walnut planking appears, such as in the kitchen, where it complements the custom wood cabinetry and adds elegance. Custom floor-to-ceiling glass throughout brings dramatic variations of desert light and shadows while opening the home to mountain views beyond and to the adjacent pool, outdoor patios and landscaping. Custom cabinetry from Bulthaup Scottsdale and Finecraft Custom Woodworks, Glendale, Arizona, are among the high-echelon finishes. The entry approach is dramatic, with contemporary panache. From the street, the front walkway passes a patio which can be completed with lights, water and fire features and additional landscaping for enhanced welcome. The white concrete walls have been canted inward to direct guests toward the statement front door created by Peter Moosbrugger, Peter Thomas Designs, Phoenix. The central room, the expansive kitchen, features two islands, one for service and the other doubling as a breakfast bar epitomizing the home's flexibility. A chef's kitchen has been added to the full and guest kitchens, making this home gourmet ready. Miele and Thermador appliances and custom countertops are among the industry-leading built-ins.
The master suite is equally distinguished, featuring large walk-in closets, his and her sinks, an arts/crafts area in the oversized laundry, an indoor/outdoor bath and shower, private courtyard and gym. An office is adjacent this area. Among the many other features is a Jack-and-Jill hair salon in the children's wing, a custom steel fireplace in the living room, and an inside/outside wet bar adjacent the entryway, announcing that this is no ordinary home. "Images and videos, even well done, just don't capture it," the owner says. "You have to see and experience it to understand why it's a one-of-a-kind residence in Arizona." See this architectural tour de force, experience its contemporary elegance, walk its sunlit corridors. Then proudly add your name on Camino Sin Nombre. LOOK FOR OUR MOTION VIDEO under the PHOTO TAB by October 2019.