Located in one of the most architecturally distinct and sought-after neighborhoods in the Valley--not just for its early roots, but for what its current residents have done to make it their own. Paradise Gardens, a subdivision of homes designed and built in the mid-1960s by Robert Altherr of A-1 Construction, and designed by Alfred Newman Beadle. This is a rare, 19,374 sqft, cul-de-sac, north/south lot with peak-a-boo views of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. This unique home measures at 3,224 sqft with 4 beds, 2 baths, open kitchen/family room, formal living room and office/bonus room. Home shows a year built of 1982 due to a major 2,259 sqft addition/remodel (COFO). Original home appears to be a Saguaro model built in 1960. Please see extensive background information in the document tab.