Situated on 15.96 acres with 360-degree panoramic views of Sedona’s most iconic scenes and vistas, Casa de Coble is nothing short of a meditative masterpiece. This expansive estate seamlessly blends attributes with amenities to create a sanctuary that perfectly balances an atmosphere for both grand entertaining and quiet reflection.
Inspired by Sedona’s natural beauty, the property boasts a rich palette of earthy textures and finishes, including neutral Italian Venetian plastered walls, imported ceramic tile floors, jade granite countertops, massive Ponderosa Viga beams, and 100-year old hand-crafted Rhodesian Teak appointments. The result is an organic grandeur that captures the heartbeat of Sedona and offers a grounding feel.
Designed by renowned architect Don Woods, this naturalistic compound stretches 10,127 square feet and accommodates an exquisite main house with a guest house and separate staff living quarters. An entertainer’s dream, these three primary living areas meld to create an unrivaled gated retreat that is perfect for both intimate family gatherings and lavish entertaining. A covered, secluded outdoor pergola awaits your meditation practice or a romantic date night with a bottle of wine and accoutrements, while the grassy expanses in both the front and back of the property are perfect for a competitive game of croquet.
Nestled behind the main gate, a restorative oasis beckons visitors. Its meandering paths invite you to let go of the day with leisurely strolls amongst lush, mature landscaping and lead you to a private drive that leads to your private, covered porte-cochère. Open the stately bi-fold wooden gates into the main courtyard to experience a wistful Sycamore refuge with waterfall ponds and bubbling fountains that rival the West Fork Trail.
Catch your breath as you open majestic front doors to towering ceilings and a sprawling Great Room, centered around a stately gas/log fireplace. The Ponderosa Viga Beams, neutral Venetian plaster, and ceramic tile floors enhance the space, and a wall that slides discreetly into the high ceiling converts into a high-end surround sound theater offers effortless entertainment. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to revel in the coveted panoramic views of Sedona, or you may choose to step out onto the expansive patio to take in the picturesque landscape.
Your formal dining room welcomes guests with a hand-crafted Rhodesian Teak 14-person dining table, while a custom jade granite bar completed by a gold sink, a built-in wine fridge, and a separate buffet and hutch for storage set the scene for well-rounded entertaining. The master chef’s kitchen expertly delivers with a side-by-side SubZero fridge, gas cooktop, electric cooktop, wok station, warming drawer, trash compactor, microwave, and double ovens to make the most of every meal. The chef’s area is supported by a true working butler’s pantry with fridge, dishwasher, and sink.
Seat eight guests in the dining room’s curved, sit-up granite bar, or share an intimate meal at the fireplace nook. Beyond the main seating areas, a separate teak dining area spills out onto a stone patio where your party can appreciate the stunning natural views.
The main house is inhabited by two master suites, the largest of the two offering his and hers walk-in closets, a bath with steam shower and soaking tub, and a sitting area where you can cozy up by the gas fireplace to unwind with a good book.
Adding to its versatility, the house also offers a workout room ready for a barre class, his and her office suites, as well as a custom library with cherry floors, humbling views, and floor-to ceiling bookcase cabinetry. To top it off, an indoor, oversized pool with a private bar and bathroom.
The maid’s quarters feature a great room, kitchenette and bathroom, while the separate guest house can sleep up to eleven people and offers a great room, full kitchen, dining area, master bedroom, a combined bedroom and bunk room, and two bathrooms. Amongst the grounds, one can escape outdoors to a covered patio living area for stargazing or entertaining with a built-in, tiled barbecue and bar for gatherings. Front patio views of Courthouse Butte, Bell Rock, and Lee Mountain give you one the most enviable sights in Sedona.
For the old soul who loves a house with a bit of history, the current owner has preserved the ruins of two homesteads, which were the sites where ranchers would find respite during cattle drives before the land was developed.
This multifaceted estate, which even caught the eye of Page Spring Cellars who evaluated 5 acres of its land for a potential vineyard, can also house two horses or steer per acre and holds room for a car collector garage.
With no HOA fees and priced $1.1 million below appraisal, this distinct property is the personal retreat that redefines Sedona living.