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This remarkable Desert Contemporary masterpiece by architect Thomas Casey showcases Frank Lloyd Wrights most recent design principles. Thomas Casey worked intimately with Frank Lloyd Wright and this was his last residential design. The 2007 built 3997 sf 3 bedroom plus den residence integrates seamlessly with the desert, and effortlessly balances light, space, and materials. Enter the home through a spectacular foyer and gallery with dramatic ceilings, clerestory windows terminating at an easterly facing wall of glass showcase a framed mountain view.The Great Room is similarly impressive while the generous dining and kitchen areas have stunning ceiling detailing with glazing specifically placed for both view and light. The quality of cabinetry, finishes, fixtures, and hardware are of the highest caliber. The 3 bedroom suites in the main house, each with their own bathroom are appropriately scaled and their locations offer private sanctuaries from the common living area.An oversized 3 car garage with ample cabinetry and separate 551 sf recording studio are situated on the westerly wing of the home. The studio is fully air-conditioned, has professional standard acoustic design features and could also be used as an exercise room/ media room or sleeping zone with modification. A recent addition is a superb quality screened in patio with gas ceiling heaters -a perfect sanctuary for pets and owners alike. The owner has recently installed a prepaid on-grid solar system which significantly lowers year round energy bills. The home is carefully situated on just under 5 Acres in north Cave Creek with paved access, wonderful outdoor spaces with separate patios, pool, spa and 360 degree mountain views including Elephant Butte and Black Mountain. A tranquil Professionally designed Koi pond just off the Great Room is ready for your Ornamental Carp. Specimen plantings are outlined in the documents and a fabulous greenhouse awaits . This is a unique opportunity to acquire both a piece of art and a part of contemporary residential design history .