Golf redevelopment features $2M to $4M mansions with car elevators, glass showrooms in Paradise Valley
Cullum Homes’ new mansions at the redevelopment of the Mountain Shadows golf course in Paradise Valley features homes ranging between $2.3 million and just under $4 million.
Cullum is out with the first of its model homes for its super expensive Village at Mountain Shadows subdivision.
The Cholla floor plan features just under 7,000 square feet of living space. It is designed by Candelaria Design Associates and Anita Lang’s IMI Design.
The floor plan features single or two-level options that include a home movie theater, a negative edge spa and glass-enclosed basement showroom for car collectors.
“Functionality, style, and uniqueness were the three major elements that we kept in mind throughout the design process of this model and I think The Cholla is nothing short of impressive and in so many ways ahead of its time, both in its design and extraordinary use of materials and finishes,” said Cullum Homes CEORod Cullum.
Cullum and Lang said the model’s basement is what sets it apart.
That includes an elevator to raise and lower cars, and a basement wet bar and glass-enclosed garage space for as many as four cars.
“It’s so rare to have a basement in Arizona and we are very excited to be able to offer our buyers, many of whom are avid collectors, an entirely unique way to enjoy both their home and their vehicles,” said Cullum.
Scott Grigg with Realty Executives is marketing the homes for Cullum.
The Mountain Shadows golf course near Lincoln Drive and 56th Street is being redeveloped. That also includes a new resort and Cullum’s 40-planned high-end homes.