The most expensive spec home ever to be built in the Grand Canyon State is coming to Scottsdale’s prestigious Silverleaf community. Listed for sale by Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, the $32 million home has the highest asking price to date in Arizona. The property, known as “Ellington Heights,” will offer gorgeous views of the Valley and a unique luxury experience inspired by the Roaring ‘20s.
The 17,267-square-foot estate will be located at 20568 N. 112th St. #1707 on 2.07 acres of property. “Ellington Heights” will be three stories with seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and a gorgeous interior that complements its moody, desert-inspired exterior.
Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Luxury Agent Allan MacDonald is listing the home that promises to offer great scenery, privacy and easy access to some of the best dining and shopping opportunities in the Valley.
“I could not be more excited to be listing a true ‘game changer’ in Silverleaf,” says MacDonald. “This architectural masterpiece and design elements in this beautiful estate represent the past and the future in epic proportion. The home offers unique amenities that bring the luxury experience to life.”
The grand estate’s amenities include: several bars, floor-to-ceiling windows, hidden appliances, game and exercise rooms, an upper level 90-foot-long pool visible through glass, a golf simulator and putting green, four garage spaces, and a gated showroom that holds 16 cars.
Lead architect CP Drewett and interior designer Claire Ownby bring modern luxury to the desert with a “Modern Desert Prairie” design. The home’s palette includes a mix of ledgestone, limestone, hemlock and clay while bronze and beige colors create a monochromatic Great Gatsby-inspired look and elegant feel.
“Setting a new standard for Silverleaf, Ellington Heights will indeed infuse Silverleaf with a refreshed modern design aesthetic,” says Drewett. “Steeped in the Roaring 20’s, this game-changing prairie-style estate takes luxury desert living to the next level.”
The home is being built by GS Fries Construction, while “Ellington Heights” property owner Jerry Smith is also very involved in the vision of the home.
“We are super excited to be part of this project,” says Smith. “When we purchased Lot 1707, we knew we had something special. In our opinion, it’s one of the best remaining lots in the Upper Canyon. Add the fact that we have created a ‘best in class’ team across the board, which makes us excited to introduce the community to this fantastic project.”
View the full listing here.
Photos courtesy Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty