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Howard Perlman, AIA
Perlman Architects of Arizona
The Perfect Architect’s home. Live comfortably downstairs and work efficiently in your upstairs loft studio with its own entry from the street, bathroom and kitchenette. If you decide to move your office downtown, your studio easily regenerates into a 3 Bedroom apartment. This home is also perfect for Interior Designers, Musicians and anyone needing a large, light, open space for work or hobby.

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•2 Story
•1,780 SF appr. Primary Residence
•1,885 SF appr. Secondary Residence/Office
•3,675 SF appr. Total Livable
•3 Bedrooms
•2-1/2 Bathrooms

Primary Residence

•Large Master with Walk-In Closet
•3 Bedrooms
•Main Floor Foyer
•2 Bathrooms
•2 Car Garage

Lock-Off Suite

•Large Office & Studio
•Private Stairs to Office/Studio
•Private Deck
•1/2 Bathroom
•Storage Room


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