Scenic retreat with rare furnishings & luxe finishes

“Picturesque privacy in the desert” defines 2061 Condor Road in Wickenburg, AZ—which is a good start to understanding the genuine splendor and uniqueness of this special property.

The historic town of Wickenburg is located around an hour by car northwest of Phoenix and was once billed as the Dude Ranch Capital of the World. In keeping with the area’s storied past, this 1.23-acre estate fits seamlessly into its surroundings and is bursting with history—despite being only three years young itself. 

That’s because the home has been lovingly furnished with artifacts from across the U.S.—all perfectly aligning with the design of the property.

But first, let us marvel at the house itself. This sprawling five-bedroom, 6,541 square foot estate benefits from an array of luxury design touches. You'll love the grand entrance into the great room, which boasts cathedral ceilings, exposed wood beam trusses, antique washed sand-coated slump block walls, and a stunning floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.

But while the interior has been expertly designed, the backyard is a real showstopper, and features a covered patio, heated pool, firepit and plenty of places to relax and entertain.

The current owners can be thanked for the property’s many unique relics, which have been stumbled upon or handed down before being lovingly restored.

The chuckwagon in front of the house was rebuilt upon original U.S. Cavalry running gear from Custer, South Dakota; while the large Chocolate Shoppe sign was found in a junkyard in Gallup, NM, despite originating from Sedona, AZ. How it got to New Mexico remains a mystery.

Then you have the old blue wood burning stove which came from the owner’s grandparents' homestead in the sand hills of western Nebraska.

With so much character, high-quality finishes, and beautiful surroundings, this spectacular property—listed at $3,200,000—is just waiting for the perfect buyer to appreciate all it has to offer. If you think you might fit the bill, contact Darrell Doepke or Kim Nathanson at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Arizona Properties for more information.