The fourth home to sell for more than $1 million on E. Kachina Drive in the last two months has seven bedrooms, nine baths and boasts “an elegant and timeless design by Mark Fredstrom.”
The 7,600-square foot three-story home at 3604 E. Kachina Drive sold recently for $1.85 million.
Mls.com records show that the home was built in 2007 and was put on the market only once, in 2010, for $2,895,000. That listing expired.
With a square-foot price of $242, the house is a gourmet’s delight with three kitchens, including one outside and one in a sprawling basement that is 2,100 square feet – big enough to be described by mls.com as a “second house.”
Zillow.com noted that the basement includes a 22-foot-long bar that’s “only seen in night clubs.”
The main kitchen sports high-end appliances, including an eight-burner range.
The house also includes a thermostat-controlled wine room big enough to accommodate 500 bottles, a theater room, two laundry rooms, an elevator and a four-car garage.
The master bedroom also has a large master dressing room that can also be used as a nursery.
And if that’s not big enough for overnight guests, no worries: there’s a separate guest house on the lot as well.
With 24-foot ceilings, you might not miss the outdoors.
But if you do, the stunning backyard offers mountain views and impeccable landscaping surrounding a heated pool and separate spa.