Nestled in the mountains of Flagstaff sits a 7200-square foot masterpiece.
This home is a 20-year labor of love for homeowners Jason and Risti Scott.
Perched in Pine Canyon, the three level house is surrounded by Ponderosa pine.
The master suite includes large slabs of teak suspended from a beam by metal straps.
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A carved stone tub is the focal point in the master bath.
The gourmet kitchen and adjacent dining room features a wood slab dining table inset with molten and polished aluminum.
An expansive deck overlooks an impressive backyard.
Modern and Asian influences are evident thanks to exquisite reclaimed teak and other Indonesian woods, iron, and native artifacts.
His and hers office space and additional bedrooms can be found upstairs.
A media room, guest quarters, and walk-out basement make up the downstairs.
One of the unique features found inside is a glass floor that showcases an intricate carving.
Angled rooflines and glass walls bring a modern flare.
Soon after it's completion last, it won the Phoenix Home and Garden 'Masters of the Southwest Award.'
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