There are few things more relaxing than spending a month of Arizona’s scorching summer among Flagstaff’s towering pines. Perhaps one luxury that could top it, is the possibility of enjoying that month while staying at a 7,315-square-foot custom estate overflowing with decadence.
The five-bedroom, three-story home is actually listed for sale for just under $4.5 million, but it is available for rent during the month of June for $20,000. What better way to try a home on for size than to live in it for a month?
Perhaps one of the most impressive features of the home is its inclusion of ornate, hand-carved panels and pillars, all chiseled by Indonesian woodcarvers and craftsmen using centuries-old techniques. The home also boasts a number of Indonesian statues, and features an earthy, intricately-carved stone tub and bathing area in the master suite.
To enjoy Flagstaff’s seemingly perfect summer evenings, the home features a sweeping back deck that envelopes the outdoors, overlooks Trout Creek Park and includes a fireplace that is perfect to cut the chill in the night air or roast a few marshmallows after dinner. Speaking of dinner, the home’s kitchen features a four-burner Wolf range, Sub-Zero appliances and a hand-carved island, while its dining area is anchored by a rustic table that overlooks a back deck surrounded by pine trees.
The home’s incredible details don’t end at the carvings installed throughout. The exterior of the home features 150-year-old iron ceiling panels as siding, and utilizes 200-year-old iron wood from a railroad bridge in Borneo. Two of the most awe-worthy aspects of the home are its 30-foot interior bridge that uses reclaimed posts and flooring, and an intricate carving recessed into the floor of the hallway, topped with a sheet of glass.
It’s not every day that a multi-million-dollar home is available for a taste test. But, this June, this one is.
Want to see more? Visit the home’s listing here.