Sunday, July 08, 2007

House of the Week

The house of the week is in Sedona, Arizona. A chapel is included with the home. It is a little pricey but check out the view.

Where: Sedona, Ariz., about 115 miles north of Phoenix

Amenities: Three-bedroom guest house, guest apartment, detached house ("casita"), pool, two garages, workout room, wine cellar, putting green, picnic area with barbecue pit
Asking Price: $11.75 million

Listing Agent: Edwin Savage and Julie Treiber, Equitable, an affiliate of Christie's Great Estates, 480-580-5940; and Bruce Tobias of Century 21, 928-282-1490

Due Diligence: Retired software executive Jerry Foley and his wife, Roxanne, bought the first 2.5 acres of this property for $204,000 in 1996 and spent a year building a home. The house has flagstone floors, hand-carved wooden doors and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Red Rock State Park. An artist from Hawaii oversaw the design of the grounds, which include sculpture collected from around the world and included in the sale. There's a nondenominational chapel with stained-glass windows. Mr. Foley says it's inspired by ones he and his wife saw on a trip to Bali; they've held weddings and baptisms there for friends and family.

This article was in the Wall Street Journal. Write to Ben Casselman at

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