A 1973 Al Beadle classic design, the 1,700 sf two-story townhome is located in the heart of Phoenix, at the center of the Biltmore District and Camelback Mountain. Respectful of Beadles vision, the townhome was cohesively remodeled to the mid-century modernist aesthetic. The simple horizontal plan opens to a private Zen-inspired courtyard space with ornamental succulent plantings and extensive 16’ aluminum framed windows showcasing the great room and patio space beyond. Sliding glass doors open to rich, clean lines of timeless mid-century classic art, and furniture pieces. An architectural spiral staircase leads to the second floor studio space that overlooks the great room below.
Each of the primary living spaces interconnected by overlapping planes afford views down and over the house. The lofty 20’ floor to ceiling great room space steps down to exposed concrete flooring; white walls are textured with combed plaster finish while the various finish selections are infused with vibrant color. The kitchen includes state-of-the-art appliances and a 3form Chroma community countertop that doubles as a hospitality bar.