Mediterranean-influenced home showcases Attention to Detail
Creative Touches Can Be Seen Everywhere In This Spanish Mission House
Where can you find a desert home in a small gated community with hand-painted charm and a flexible floorplan to fit your needs? In the Catalina Foothills of North Tucson, where a creative and light-filled space awaits.
This three-bedroom, four-bathroom home is faithful to its Spanish Mission architectural style with barrel tile roofing, an abundance of archways, impressive beams, soaring ceilings and flooring made of natural stone and Mexican tile. One-of-a-kind details such as the hand-painted village scene on an outside wall named “Once Upon a Time” and the stunning wrought ironwork add to the 3,989-square-foot home’s uniqueness.
Not only are the off-white and off-white walls ideal for art and tranquility, the home has a creative texture rarely seen in living places these days. No matter where you spend time – from the living and dining spaces to the patio and pool areas– artistic touches with splashes of color abound.
The home’s flexible floor plan was designed to create a calming, indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Whether it’s breakfast in the courtyard loggia, taking a dip in the refreshing saltwater pool, lounging in front of the fireplace listening to the water cascade in the pool, or using the home’s mirador for stargazing, this property has much to offer on 1.1 acres of land.
With 398 square feet of living space in the well-designed guesthouse, and another 578 square feet in the two-car garage, you will find this property has just about everything anyone can want.
To sell this special residence quickly, the estate trust has reduced the price by $200,000.
6500 N. Miramist Way
Tucson, AZ 85750
3 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms
Approximately 3,989 square feet