Rare and Unique Mid-Century adobe brick ranch completely renovated to Palm Springs Modern Style!
8722 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale, 85251
Scottsdale Highlands 5
BIXBY Built in 1965
Across the street from E.T. Wright homes/Sands East
wonderful, walkable neighborhood
4 bedrooms, all with walk-in closets
Remodeled sparkling blue diving pool
100% adobe brick construction confers surprising insulation against temperature swings
All NEW low maintenance Xeriscape landscape
Scottsdale Mid-Century ranch renovated inside and out to Move-in perfect, 21st Century Modern! Quiet, sought-after, neighborhood with larger lots, manicured yards, underground utilities and Excelling schools, just 6' to Fashion Square, SMOCA, restaurants and galleries. Near the East (dead) end of Camelback Rd., there is 'NO THROUGH TRAFFIC' / 'LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY' here.
Kitchen is outfitted with sleek gloss cabinets with an integrated stainless-interior energy-star D/W, stainless smooth-top range & hood, Silestone quartz countertops, Carrara marble backsplash, recessed and modern lighting and a frosted glass door pantry. Both baths also completely redone with sleek new sink vanities, new tile, toilets, fixtures and added storage.
Beautifully refinished original oak parquet floors throughout complement new 18” ceramic tile flooring in kitchen, baths, laundry room and family room. New unique & modern lighting throughout. New 25-yr roof, new 200 amp electric panel and new concrete driveway, front porch & path. A new inside laundry room was created and the master shower was expanded for luxurious 21st-century comfort. Tons of light was invited in with new exterior french doors, by opening up the kitchen to family room and with strategic use of color and materials.
Remodeled diving pool surrounded by a serene Xeriscape landscape with a mostly desert palette that includes nine new trees and mostly desert plantings. The landscape provided opportunities to re-use/recycle/repurpose numerous materials (including a new front gate created from a discarded Mid-Century door rescued from a neighboring alley, steel panels from auto parts production, re-use of on-site pebbles and pavers and of larger pieces of old demo'd driveway concrete). Much of the removed original parts/materials/fixtures were donated to Habitat for Humanity.
Home is fully staged and most furnishings are available for purchase.
(Seller open to lease-purchase with substantial down and/or trade for an MCM fixer or...? Creative ideas?)
Amy L. Moore, Agent/Owner
aka Amy Moore, Mid-Mod Design, Landscape Design