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This custom residence was designed for a large, blended family.

Perched high on Camelback Mountain’s southern face, this masterful re-imagining of a 1950s home has respectful nods to its history with modern conveniences, amenities and materials.

After a fire destroyed much of the original structure, this house was reborn and rose like a phoenix to celebrate its Sonoran Desert location.

Many recent garden tour guests were eager for a peek inside this Biltmore-area home.

Incorporating elements of Mission, Spanish Colonial and Santa Fe styles, this classic North Scottsdale home embodies a warm, comfortable and livable escape for its owners.

Light, bright, sleek and streamlined, this open-concept home is a study in contemporary chic.

The result of a lifetime of travel, discovery, exploration and collecting, this eclectic Biltmore Estates bungalow shows how harmony—and creativity—come from the heart.

The desert landscape that surrounds this contemporary home is a source of pride for the homeowner, who did much of the design and planting himself.

The garden spaces of this residence speak a language of color, texture, variety—and serenity.

Photo by Austin Larue Baker

From the moment you enter the courtyard of this Spanish Colonial farmhouse, it is as if you have been transported to another time and place.

Photo by Carl Schultz

A colorful feast for the eyes, the landscape of this Scottsdale home was completely re-imagined into a romantic, manicured oasis.

A showcase vista that delights the eye with variety, color and texture.

The well-appointed front yard of this Cattle Track home does not hint at what awaits behind the gates.

This lot was reimagined with stone walls, gentle berms and a diverse desert plant palette.

This chic, modern home showcases the best the Sonoran landscape offers.

This home's challenging lot created an opportunity to establish engaging two-sided drive-by appeal.

The natural desert provides a dramatic backdrop to a contemporary house.

The fifth-generation farm blends history with contemporary conveniences.

This home holds a secret backyard oasis and has inspired artists and photographers.

Explore the many destinations around this private retreat.

The distinctive plant palette includes a virtual botanic garden of species.

Designed to entertain, this landscape features a lemon arbor, totem cactus pole forest and palm-lined pool.

Architect Clint Miller took a site from ruins to rebirth.

After a remodel, the pied a terre is the pride of the neighborhood.

With its modern vibe, this house is recognizable by its low, linear architecture.

Gracious interiors, lush landscape and jaw-dropping views.

This residence produces more energy than it uses.

This home tells a dramatic story through color, texture and pattern.

This Santa Barbara-style home is an unforgettable destination.

The charm of Spanish colonial hacienda style.

A stunning example of the relationship between architecture and desert landscape.

An oasis in the desert set against the backdrop of Camelback Mountain.

The sizeable lot of this charming English country house offers generous gardening opportunities.

Photography by Carl Schultz

The dense, overgrown semi-tropical plantscape creates a microclimate that's nearly 12 degrees cooler than surrounding areas.

The backyard was designed for entertaining, with multiple areas for gathering and playing.