This 1955 home, designed and also hand signed by renowned architect Howard Madole (a contemporary of Frank Lloyd Wright), is vintage Sedona simplicity and eclectic one-of-a kind charm on 0.61 acres.
Secluded from the street by a rock wall, shade trees, and native plants, it’s also one of the few existing nostalgic homes with original, distinctive character juxtaposed to upscale estates within one of Sedona’s oldest established neighborhoods.
Featuring new infrastructure, interior upgrades (listed below), maintaining Mr. Madole’s characteristic 50’s era design motif: Massive stone FP, floor to ceiling windows following the pitched roofline-capturing red rock/sky views, vaulted beam ceiling and flagstone floors in the sunken LR.
The 500 sq ft rustic AZ room (or 3rd BR /studio/workshop) with bath, WS, A/C-heating/cooling, built in cabinets, beam ceiling, flagstone floors and outside entrances, has an expansive wall of windows overlooking a variety of beautiful, mature trees in the spacious backyard.
Also included: covered carport, detached garage, garden shed, ample off street parking and NO HOA.
UPGRADES - 2016:
Metal roof (50 year warranty)
Electrical wiring-includes an APS installed underground wire-new outlets, panel box
HVAC- central + 1 wall unit
Non-toxic, natural bamboo wood floors (removed vinyl floors & paneling)
Mirrored wall: hall bath
Non toxic Paint
Double pane windows
Front door screen
propane (kitchen stove)
Chimneys cleaned and repaired
All trees pruned by professional tree service
Zoom photo #13 - wild bobcat
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