KACHINA ESTATES-PV

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KACHINA ESTATES-PV

Description:

Formally the sight of the Kachina Country Day School. We are building (4) modern homes designed by the renowned Architect CP Drewett.  Each home will be on one acre and have an approximate square footage of 5500. This is in one of the most desirable Paradise Valley neighborhoods within walking distance to the new Ritz Carlton Hotel and Resort. Please view our preliminary rendering and floor plans. Construction will begin in December with completion by late 2016. Please call for further details: 602-953-3232 or download our complete booklet below.

Kachina Estates is a four home collection of modernist luxury residences located in Paradise Valley, Arizona. The site, formerly home to the abandoned Kachina Elementary School, offered remarkable views of Camelback Mountain.

Nestled into an acre-sized, pie shaped cul-de-sac, the site’s unique challenges came in the form of lot geometry, western primary views, and limited southern exposure. While the lot shape had a heavy influence on the home organization, the western views and the need for western solar protection created the general massing hierarchy.

With indoor-outdoor living as a priority in these four luxury speculative projects, connecting indoor and outdoor with organizational flow as well as materials melded spaces together. Seamless connection of the interior and covered exterior spaces through use of re-entrant pocketing glass doors extends public spaces to the outdoors. Highlighting the fantastic Camelback Mountain views was also a priority for main living spaces and outdoor spaces, too.

The residences range in size from 5,500 to 6,500 square feet.

Kachina Estates was named an Award of Merit winner at the 2019 Gold Nugget Awards in the category of Best Residential Detached Collection of the Year. The annual awards ceremony was held at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference in San Francisco, CA in May.

Project Details: Kachina Estates

Developer/Builder: Bedbrock Developers

Architecture: Drewett Works

Interior Design: Est Est

Photography: Dino Tonn

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