2801 E Camino Norberto, Tucson, AZ 85718 (MLS# 21930190)


$1,995,000
2801 E Camino Norberto
Tucson, AZ 85718
MLS# 21930190
4 beds  |  4 baths  |  3797 sqft


2801 E Camino Norberto, Tucson, AZ 85718
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Property Description
One of the most architecturally significant homes in Arizona, the ''Ramada House'' by Judith Chaffee FAIA is located in the Catalina Foothills. home is listed on National register of Historic Places. On 8.75 acres, home was strategically placed to maximize views, privacy, efficiency. Regional influences combine w/modern architecture: home nestles beneath a wood canopy ''ramada'' giving respite from the Sun. Multiple patios, decks, windows connect you to mountain views. Inside, generous rooms and thoughtful details: abundant storage, dramatic spaces, concrete tile floors, abundant storage, built-in elegance. Library w/10' bookcase. 40' pool. Remarkable architectural provenance. Taxes reflect Historic Designation. Original owner/seller is licensed RE Agent in AZ.Shown by Appointment.SEE MORE

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Address Information
Street #: 2801
Direction: E
Street Name: Camino Norberto
State/Province: AZ
Zip Code: 85718
County: Pima
Country: USA
Location, Tax & Legal
Comparable Only Listing: No
Tax Code: 108-15-057C
Tax Year: 2018
Taxes: 7472.72
Taxes For: Dwelling & Land
Legal Description: Catalina Foothills Estates Lot 57C
Area: North
Subdivision: Catalina Foothills Estates
Community: None
Township: 13
Range: 14
Section: 17
Municipality/Zoning: Pima County - CR1
Fire Protection: Subscription
Fema Flood Zone: No
Municipal Flood Zone: No
Contract Information
Current Price: $1,995,000
List Price: $1,995,000
Listing Date: 2019-11-22
Method of Title: Fee (Simple)
Distressed Info: None
Status Change Info
Status: Active
Showing Information
Directions: Sunrise/Campbell S, Juan Paisano E, Camino Real S, Camino Norberto W.
General Property Information
Dwelling Type: Single Family Residence
Construction Status: Existing
Lot Dimensions: Irregular
Lot Acres: 8.75
Lot Sqft: 381150
Lot Size Source: Appraiser
Combined SqFt: 3797
Main House SqFt: 3797
Source of SqFt: Assessor
# of Garage Spaces: 2
# of Covered Prkng: 2
Bedrooms: 4
Full Baths: 4
Total Baths: 4
# of Stories: Two
Basement: No
# of Fireplaces: 2
Year Built: 1975
School District: Catalina Foothills
Elementary School: Manzanita
Middle School: Orange Grove
High School: Catalina Fthls
Horse Property: Yes - By Zoning
Horse Facilities: No
List Price/SqFt: 525.41
Lot Size Price/SqFt: 5.23
Remarks & Misc
Geo Lat: 32.305504
Geo Lon: -110.929863
Dining Areas
Other: Eat in Kitchen
Kitchen Features
# of Ovens: 2
Pantry: Butler
Appliance Color: Stainless
Countertops: Granite, Butcher Blo
Master Bathroom Features
Countertops: Formica
Additional Bathroom Features
Countertops/Hall: Formica
Interior Features
Interior Steps Y/N: Y
Fireplace Location
Other: Library
Electric
Electric Company: TEP
Pool
Conventional: Yes
Driveway
Paved: Asphalt
Exterior Features
Front Faces: South
Subdivision Restrict
CC&Rs: No
Deed Restrictions: Yes
Age Restrictions: No
Association & Fees
HOA: No
Submit With Offer
Digital Signatures: Yes
Home Protection
Offered: No
Property Features
Construction: Slump Block
Style: Contemporary
Roof: Built-Up
Living Areas: Family Room; Living Room
Dining Areas: Formal Dining Room
Kitchen Features: Dishwasher; Electric Cooktop; Electric Oven; Garbage Disposal; Gas Hookup Available; Refrigerator; Wet Bar
Master Bathroom Features: Double Vanity; Shower & Tub
Additional Bathroom Features: Double Vanity; Jack & Jill; Pedestal Sink(s); Shower & Tub/Hall
Laundry: Dryer; Room; Washer
Extra Room: Library
Guest Facilities: Quarters
Interior Features: Columns; Foyer; High Ceilings 9+; Master Downstairs; Split Bedroom Plan; Storage; Walk In Closet(s); Wet Bar
Fireplace: Wood Burning
Fireplace Location: Living Room
Floor Covering: Carpet; Concrete; Wood
Window Covering: Stay
Technology: Alarm System; Telephone
Main Cooling: AC Zoned
Main Heating: Forced Air - Gas; Zoned - Gas
Water Heater: Natural Gas
Gas: Natural
Sewer: Septic
Accessibility Option: None; None
Security: Alarm Installed; Smoke Detector
Garage/Carport Feat: Attached Garage/Carport; Electric Door Opener; Separate Storage Area
Patio/Deck: Balcony; Deck; Patio
Spa: None
Fence: Slump Block
Landscape - Front: Desert Plantings; Low Care; Sprinkler/Drip; Trees
Landscape - Rear: Low Care; Natural Desert; Sprinkler/Drip; Trees
View: Desert; Mountain; Sunrise; Sunset
Road Type: Gravel/Dirt
Road Maintenance: County
RV Parking: Space Available
Exterior Features: Dog Run
Lot Features: Adjacent to Wash; Dividable Lot; North/South Exposure
Neighborhood Feature: Horses Allowed
Terms: Cash; Conventional; Submit All
Submit With Offer: On-site Wastewater; Proof of Funds; Residential Contract
Property Disclosures: Seller Prop Disclosure
Special Conditions: None
Supplements
DESCRIPTION Widely considered one of the most architecturally significant homes in Arizona, the "Ramada House" by Tucson Architect Judith Chaffee FAIA was completed in 1975. The home, located in the Santa Catalina Foothills of Tucson, Arizona was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. Offered with the entire 8.75 acre natural desert site, the home was strategically placed to maximize views, privacy and efficiency. A remarkable work that incorporates regional design influences with modern architecture, this home interacts as a series of masonry masses nestled beneath an integral canopy of dimensional wood beams, slat screens and log posts (the "ramada" structure), which allows the home a respite from the Arizona sun, yet providing for completely unobstructed views beneath this comforting shelter. Placing the Ramada on a grid, the home is allowed to interact freely beneath this canopy of dappled light and natural materials. The massive wooden posts are allowed to intersect with the interior as they may, honoring the structure above. Filtered light from above provides a constant play of light and shadow. Utilizing mortar washed slump block reminiscent of the historic adobe blocks used in this region, the house structures allow the Ramada shelter to provide screening that creates a glorious interface between indoors and out: Multiple patios, decks and oversized widows connect you to the sweeping vistas of the land and mountain views. At nearly 4000SF, the home offers generous spaces and thoughtful details, from abundant storage to intimate rooms, the unique character of this home only enhances the users experience. Outside, the home is sheltered by additional mature trees while the view of the dramatic mountains are unimpeded. A 40' pool, finished in an earth-colored plaster, reflects the night sky and makes for a cool destination in the summer heat. The design includes a wealth of thoughtful amenities and details, from ample storage to built-in elegance. The library features 10' bookcases and the home retains the original concrete tile floors and custom designed "Talivera" bath tiles, placed in a uniquely modern pattern. The home has been cherished by the original owner who has kept the integrity of this house intact. The historic designation is reflected in a reduction of property tax and assures respect for the history and design of this very special dwelling. For those seeking a truly remarkable home with architectural provenance and integrity, The Ramada House offers something completely unique and authentic. Shown by Appointment. About the Architect: Judith Chafee FAIA (19321998) was an American architect known for her work on residential buildings in Arizona and for being a professor of architecture at the University of Arizona. She was a recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts Fellowship to the American Academy in Rome during the middle of her career and was the first woman from Arizona to be named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. After an undergraduate degree, she studied at the School of Architecture at Yale University under the deanship of Paul Rudolph. While a student at Yale, Chafee won a competition for design, however the award ceremony was held in a men's club and she had to go through the kitchen to receive the plaque. Chafee graduated from Yale as the only woman in her class and went on to work for Eero Saarinen, Paul Rudolph, Edward Larrabee Barnes, and The Architects Collaborative (Walter Gropius). At the age of 38 Chafee returned to her native Tucson, Arizona to start her own architectural practice. Chafee worked out of her Tucson office for the remainder of her career, producing mostly single family residences. Her projects are highly regarded and she became the first woman in Arizona to be named an AIA Fellow. Among other awards, Chafee was awarded the Academy of Rome fellowship to study architecture in Italy. She taught for many years at the University of Arizona, was a visiting professor at the University of Texas and University of Washington, St. Louis, and led a studio at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. FEATURES Listed on National Register of Historic Places Unique Architecture Rarely Available in Tucson 4 Bedrooms + 4 Baths Formal Dining Room Formal Living Room Library/Den with Built-in Bookcase and Fireplace 8.75 Acres of Unspoiled Sonoran Desert Heart of Catalina Foothills Location Horses are Welcome Property Could Accommodate Additional Homes Potential for Lot Split Original Owner Property Tax Reflects Historic Designation Seller is Licensed Realtor in Arizona

Listing Office: AZArchitecture/Jarson & Jarson

Last Updated: December - 09 - 2019

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Tuesday 10th of December 2019 11:37 PM