Nestled in a quiet neighborhood at the base of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve is a 1960 mid-century modern Al Beadle home. Architecturally restored, the home is situated on a 1/2 acre lot and features mountain views, custom recessed lighting, sound system and custom cabinetry throughout, new doors, windows and window treatments, baths, roof and architectural fascia, anchored by aluminum and steel armadas. Bright, open and airy living spaces flow seamlessly from the dining, living and kitchen areas. The interior of this home is visually extended through walls of glass to lush gardens, punctuated with a large lawn area, desert vegetation, angular pool and entry water feature. Plans are included for a new master bedroom suite with sunken jacuzzi, indoor and outdoor fire trough and water features, along with a media room, two additional bedrooms, bathroom, & patios. With just under 1700 sf of living space, slate floors, stainless steel appliances and hardware, crisp maple cabinetry and sandblasted walls flowing from inside out contribute to this home’s sophisticated elegance. This Al Beadle has been tastefully renovated with complete attention to detail, quality and architectural integrity by the owner, an award-winning and well-renowned environmental designer, and was featured in the April, 2004 issue of Phoenix Home & Garden magazine. Two beautifully appointed bedrooms, two baths and a den complete the living space.