Right out of the "Old West" and Tucson's rustic history comes this stunning southwestern contemporary built around and grown from an 1800's era mud adobe stagecoach stop and one room school house. Offering 10 full acres in a lush mesquite bosque, this 8239 sqft main house and 621 sqft guest house incorporates the uniqueness of the land and the history of the stagecoach into a remarkable representation of "Organic Architecture" featured on the front cover of Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine. With connections between the old and new and interiors by Linda Robinson, find historic entry door leading into foyer with exposed mud adobe walls, floor to ceiling windows, old barn wood beams and planks, milled dining room floors, glorious chef's kitchen with pizza oven. Theatre room, local and international materials.
Property Features Include: 4 Fireplace(s), None, Separate Guest Quarters, 4 Car Garage, Gas Heat
Amenities Include: equestrian facilities
Built in: 2009
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Roof: Other roof.
Architectural Style: Contemporary, Southwestern, 1 Story
Lot Acres: 10
Lot Dimensions: Irregular