5 MILLION DOLLAR Scottsdale Luxury Homes for Sale - Arizona Real Estate Video





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Uploaded on Jan 13, 2012

Luxury real estate video premiere from Next Edge Video! Check out one of the coolest houses in Scottsdale. The secret grotto is a must see! This French Farmhouse is one of the most significant and unique luxury homes for sale in Silverleaf in Scottsdale, AZ offered by Todd Moen of The Moen Group.

This classic French farmhouse meets modern day luxury and the results are spectacular. This luxury home is the first move in ready home in Arizona built by Linthicum Living, a division of the same company that built the Silverleaf Clubhouse.

The French farmhouse style estate, made entirely of 12 inch concrete block, offers authentic countryside charm mixed with modern day luxuries. Some of the highlights include: a hidden grotto, centuries old antiquities, reclaimed wood floors and ceiling beams, a detached guest house ("the shed" -- wait until you see it!), an iPad run Savant home automation system, 8 fireplaces, a gorgeous master suite opening to an outdoor fireplace and open sky shower and one of the coziest kitchens we've ever seen -- the appliances and wood burning brick oven are enough to make it unforgettable. And this is only the beginning! The home is truly remarkable and there is no doubt, the masterful work done on the clubhouse is reflected here.

Offered By: Todd Moen, The Moen Group
Builder: Linthicum Living
Architect: Don Ziebell, OZ Architects
Interior Design: David Michael Miller

For more information contact Todd Moen of The Moen Group at 480-315-0991 or visit http://www.themoengroup.com.

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Video Copyright: Next Edge Video for The Moen Group


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