This newly constructed equestrian property was designed to look as if it has existed for years. The Owner’s desire for a casual ranch home was brought to life with a separate stable and riding arena on the rear of the property. The main house takes it cues from the historical Royal Palms Hotel with its intimate courtyard and scale. The single story home has arcades to shelter the walls from the intense east west sun exposure. The use of multiple eave treatments give the home a timeless feeling as if built and added onto over the years. Furnishings in mesquite wood were created by the Taber Company of Tucson and have survived with the home through three separate sales. Nicknamed “The House of 100 Arches” by Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine it was featured in their January 2002 edition.