A four-bedroom Ahwatukee house just over 4,000 square feet sold recently for $1.35 million, continuing an uptick in high-end luxury home sales in the community.
The 15-year-old home in the 14000 block of South 19th Street in Tapestry Canyon boasts a “beautifully appointed kitchen” that included a six-burner range with double oven, premium granite counter tops with a custom-designed mosaic stone backsplash, warmer drawer and a dry bar with wine fridge.
The other main rooms of the house are equally well-appointed: The family room sports a stone fireplace and custom-built entertainment cabinet and Dolby Atmos theater; the master suite has custom-designed décor throughout as well as a home theater system and custom-built cabinets in the master closet; the master bath has a glass-enclosed walk-in shower with stone floor.
Even the guest suite has special touches, including a stone fireplace and home theater system along with custom wallpaper and drapes.
And along with a whole-house music system the home also features Travertine hardwood floors, plantation shutters and custom drapes throughout. Even the oversized three-car garage has some opulent touches, including custom-built cabinets and its own entertainment system as well as a built-in air compressor.
Real estate experts in the Valley say there’s been a big rush all year to scoop up seven-figure homes, and that as a result, the overall inventory has fallen.