Luxury Homes: You wake up to the sounds of nature, stretch and step outside for your morning coffee, somewhere on your 6,000 square feet of deck and patio space overlooking the Coronado National Forest. Before breakfast you take in a swim and after lunch practice your backhand, then head to the gym for a solid workout. Pumped up, you're ready for the 300 guests attending your mountaintop soiree. You are not at a resort or spa getaway, you are home, at the far end of Cobblestone, in Tucson, Ariz.
Situated on twenty acres at the foothills of the Catalina Mountains, this 31,000 square-foot magnificent work of art features Coconino Sand Stone from Northern Arizona, Step-stone tile from California, wood ceiling paneling of vertical grain Douglas Fir from the old growth coastal forests of Washington State, and sand blasted concrete surfaces, which echo the colors of the cliffs behind. The massive stainless steel roof seems to float independently, hovering over the structure, without breaking the continuity of the natural formations or vegetation surrounding it. Additional features include breathtaking views of the Tucson valley, 24 dramatic rooms; 1,200 square foot commercial kitchen; 2,000 square foot staff quarters; 6-car garage; room to seat 300 for a formal dinner; 3,000 square foot entertainment center; home theater; gymnasium; office wing; wine cellar indoor gun/archery range; multilevel pool area; tennis court; two elevators; state-of-the-art security and communications systems.
Campbell Cliffs, $13,500,000
For LxM Amy Covington
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