A rare marriage of modern sophistication and understated luxury in the idyllic Coronado Historic District. This custom-built residence blends immaculate design in an organic setting. Move seamlessly into the European-style kitchen with black fixtures, quartz counters, waterfall island, bar seating, and full complement of stainless steel appliances. Floor-to-ceiling windows and doors bathe the space in light with high-volume ceilings throughout the open floor plan. Roller shades offer privacy when desired. Relish in the outdoor grounds of relaxation and entertaining, including a front deck, plus a landscaped back patio that's secluded and elegant. Retire to the primary bedroom where you'll enjoy a walk-in closet, luxurious ensuite with dual vanities, and glass-enclosed shower. All of this, just moments away from Coronado Park's shaded playground, swimming pool, tennis, basketball, and softball.
House - 1,780 sq ft
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
1 Car Carport + Slab Parking
Rejection of unnecessary details in favor of functionality is the trend of the year. This modern design can be seen in many European-style kitchens, which is reflected in the furniture, cabinets, accessories and even colors employed. The unique texture of marble, created by nature, has a unique aesthetic and remains the most striking.
This outdoor space is inviting, comfortable, and stylish just like the interiors. Highly-regarded Joel Contreras opted for a casual, minimalist furniture and decor for an understated stylish impression. This backyard is an elegant private retreat that offers fresh air and nature.
Minimalist architecture is about achieving better design through simplicity – a simplicity of form, space, materiality, detail, and color. It’s the simple, honest detailing and simple materials that make minimalism so appealing and why we enjoy minimalist spaces – because we appreciate the calmness, the warmth, and the beauty that these kinds of spaces exude.
2505 N 14th Street Phoenix, AZ 85006
Coronado Historic District
There are three historic districts (Coronado, Country Club Park and Brentwood) within the greater Coronado neighborhood. Each has its own unique style and history. Coronado's architectural significance comes from its diverse collection of residential styles, predominantly Bungalow (California, Classic, Craftsman), Spanish Colonial Revival, and Tudor Revival that dominated Phoenix neighborhoods from the 1910s through 1930s.