NBD, Theres Just A River Running Through This $2.24 Million Scottsdale Desert Oasis
If you’re in the market for a unique property you may want to take a look at this $2.24 million Scottsdale home from Berkshire Hathaway. The estate, located at 11541 E. Salero Drive, was designed by architect Lee Hutchison and features glass walls, minimalist architecture and a stream running through its center. It’s a literally an oasis in the middle of the Arizonan desert. With three bedrooms, 2.75 bathrooms and a separate guesthouse, this mansion is perfect for those needing a contemporary retreat.
The 4,200-square-foot house sits on a sprawling three-acre lot that includes a front courtyard, main house, guesthouse, pool, spa, seven parking spaces, outdoor kitchen and several outdoor fireplaces. The surrounding desert is visible from the al fresco seating areas or anywhere in the house though the floor-to-ceiling glass walls. A small river runs through the home, starting in a sculpture at the front of the home and emptying into the pool in the backyard.
Inside, concrete floors, sharp angles and modern architecture give the residence an updated vibe, and the open floorplan makes the home feel more spacious. The master bedroom can be found in the main house while the guest house has two smaller bedrooms. The property also boasts a library, an office, walk-in-closets, multiple fireplaces, vaulted ceilings and skylights. The kitchen comes outfitted with a breakfast bar, island, stainless steel appliances and built-in refrigerator and wine cooler.
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