On the Market: $4.25 Million Scottsdale Home by Noted Architect Bill Tull


A Southwestern-style home designed by the late Phoenix architect Bill Tull is up for sale for the first time since it was built in 1996. 

Located at 7850 E. El Sendero Drive, the $4.25 million home features five bedrooms, six bathrooms, 13 fireplaces and three detached guest casitas. Tull lovingly crafted the 5,509 square feet of living space for a close friend, the home’s current owner. The Southwestern style is visible with flagstone that creates a continuous flow throughout the property, elevated ceilings paired with massive viga wood beams and shutters crafted from the ribs of Saguaro cacti that refract ample natural light into the home. 

The main house boasts a robust wine cellar, humidor and a large guest bedroom with a private patio. Guests staying in any of the three separate casitas can enjoy the privacy of their own entrance, courtyard, kitchenette and garage. All bedrooms have gas fireplaces and en-suite bathrooms.

The primary suite is the perfect romantic retreat fitted with a sitting room, spacious walk-in closet, floating tub and direct backyard access to a private sauna and elevated patio views for soaking in sunrise and sunset skies. 

Those looking for a greater level of privacy can rest easy in this private home, which spans two lots flaunting scenic mountain views. Adjacent to the property lies Boulders Golf Course, at which a golf membership is available on a separate bill of sale. 

“This is a special opportunity to own one of the last projects ever created by Bill Tull, who is to Arizona Southwestern architecture what Al Beadle and Ralph Haver are to mid-century architecture,” says Clayton Wolfe, listing agent for Resident Real Estate. “You can tell this home features the attention to detail only a friendship could provide. It will appeal to the discerning buyer looking for an architect who has mastered their craft.” 

View the listing here.

Photos courtesy Resident Real Estate

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