Award-winning mid century home nestled at the end of a private cul-de-sac in the heart of the city.
This home is a superb example of mid-century modern desert living. Designed by pioneering Tucson architect John H. Beck in 1962 and now fully restored, the house is a stunning contemporary retreat for design savvy guests. The 3,600 SF home is nestled at the end of Potter Place, a private and prestigious cul-de-sac.
The home features warm, sophisticated family living with a dramatic central glass garden atrium open to the sky. Details include original tongue & groove hardwood ceilings, and black slate and hand-polished white concrete floors. Luminous floor-to-ceiling windows; library & media room with striking arched fireplace. New-built master bedroom with intimate en suite bathroom and private patio facing the pool. New modern kitchen with dramatic 18 foot-long island and Dacor gas cooktop, Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances. Lovely secluded pool and gazebo for endless all-season entertaining.
Prestigious, Extremely Private Central City Location
New Master Bedroom Suite
AIA Award-Winning Restoration
Green Recycled Materials
Pool with Gazebo
Comprehensive renovation includes new roof, triple-zone HVAC units, commercial-grade windows, polished concrete floors, and plumbing and electrical systems. New family-sized W/D. Kitchen and bathrooms feature top-line appliances, fixtures, and lighting.