A regal, sprawling custom home, vividly modern and yet richly baroque, makes a splash in South Gilbert’s burgeoning residential community. Set against a backdrop of the San Tan mountains, this six-bedroom, four-bathroom abode boasts privacy, luxury and ample options for home entertainment on its nearly 8-acre plight.
Complete with stunning mountain views, the home, built in 1996, clocks in at just under 4,500 square feet and sets the standard for country-meets-city lodging with a horse barn, horse pen and several stalls for those with a flare for the equestrian. Located just a short drive from dining and entertainment, the house is tucked away enough to ensure leisure and homeliness.
Located at 3637 E. Brooks Farm Rd., the estate features dual masters in its two-story frame as well as two pantries, a private backyard and deck to while away the weekends or evenings. The lawn starts at the private gate and runs toward the front door, leaping over walkways, welcoming guests with its rich and warm tones. The spaciousness alone makes this beautifully crafted house a perfect place to come home and relax.
“By being on the corner of two streets, and outfitted with lush landscaping, trees and lot size,” notes Frank Aazami of Private Client Group, this property is a truly customized experience. Swathed in outdoors luxury, 3637 E. Brooks Farm Rd. boasts an enviable equestrian center. Designated as a horse property, the splittable estate has plenty of room to roam with five fenced pastures, giving way to ample outdoors time.
Need some space to put those horses to work? Two riding arenas and a 70-foot horse pen are perfect to practice horseback riding, trick riding and just a good time working out the horses. Also, five stalls can house horses, show ponies, mules, and more.
Not a horse owner? No problem. “Turn the horse barn into real horsepower with a showroom or shop for your autos,” notes Aazami, principal of Private Client Group of Russ Lyon | Sotheby’s International Realty. With plenty of space to flex your inventory, the horse barn is a viable alternative to the traditional garage.
Making your way back to the main house, it’s a challenge to not want to spend some time poolside in your own private oasis. Plan on throwing outdoor parties, but space has always been an issue? Maybe nosy neighbors peeking over the gate? 3637 Brooks Farm does away with all those worries with its abundance of space, privacy and the pinnacle of outdoors entertainment opportunities. From the rolling lawns to the pool deck, the entire area can provide elegance, privacy and luxury needed to host large gatherings lined with circular views of mountains and open skies.
Another perk to this gorgeous home? No HOA, which everyone knows goes a long way when turning a house into a home–a home you can really make your own. The entire house is virtually new after a top-to-bottom remodel. Stripped to its studs and remade to accentuate a touch of interior elegance, the house features a new kitchen, bathroom, windows, doors, and flooring.
The house also features a first-floor laundry room plus washer and dryer hookups in the master suite, perfect for families needing to clean up after a day tending to horses, cars or just making use of the expansive grounds.
The second-floor master suite boasts a tray ceiling and private deck, offering homeowners private views of the nearby mountains from sun up to sundown.
“It’s truly a one of a kind opportunity for countless uses,” says Aazami. “You can use it to as a horse property or park your horse-powered collection of cars on this splittable 7.5-acre estate.”
This remarkable estate is offered at $1,750,000.
Co-Listed with David Arustamian – 480-331-0707
-Nick Esquer – Highline Autos