About 7835 N Ironwood Drive
An iconic Arizona estate reborn for the modern world. This timeless 10,676 square foot Spanish revival has been completely reimagined by the renowned project team of Salcito Custom Homes, Michael Ferguson Interiors, Berghoff Design Group and PHX Architecture. Sitting on just under 3 1/2 private acres in the heart of Paradise Valley, every detail at 7835 Ironwood has been updated; including new Albertini steel windows and doors and Loewen vertical grain fir wood windows, updated main kitchen with larger island, cabinets and updated Thermador appliances, a kitchen added to the interior of the home to serve as a prep/baking/catering kitchen with views of Mummy Mountain, and new antique stone fireplace surrounds at the living room, kitchen and primary bath. The overall air-conditioned square footage was increased by converting a garage to a large gym with full bath, which could still be used as a show garage, with room for an additional 5+ cars. All of the homes electronics were updated, including new Element Entra cans, Lutron lighting system and Savant full-house control, as well as all new air-conditioning systems with Carrier Greenspeed units fully automated with Steelcrest registers. The site was made more secure with additional masonry, new driveway entry gates and electronics, all integrated into the new electronic system in the main house. A brand-new swimming pool/spa and water feature was added, arranged on axial alignment with the homes' front entry and living room, and lush gardens, strolling paths, turf areas, flower beds and hedges were all added to complement the new hardscape theme, which now flows from the interior to the exterior. The expansive property is the only remaining lot not to be subdivided on the desirable east side of Ironwood, and that affords sweeping mountain views in every direction. This classically sophisticated estate has been thoughtfully crafted, is enveloped in privacy and lush grounds, and offers the ultimate luxury lifestyle in Paradise Valley. The photos will paint a picture, but seeing is truly believing.