Architectural Digest: The Tallest Single-Family Home in the U.S. Hits the Market

The 10-story home located in Prescott, Arizona is currently on the market for $1.5 million.

Are you thinking about moving into a single-family home? The tallest one in the U.S. is officially for sale.

The Prescott, Arizona home gives its residents an unrivaled bird’s eye view of the Grand Canyon State. The 6,200-square-foot property—which is known as the Falcon Nest—is 124 feet tall, and features three bedrooms, four bathrooms and a location that overlooks a valley. It was originally designed by Sukumar Pal back in 1994, and boasts unique ways to limit energy consumption given its tall structure. According to Architectural Digest, residents and guests even have access to a hydraulic elevator that brings them from the garage to the living area.

While the Falcon Nest is 10 stories high, its sixth floor gains the most attention. The floor, which is known as the solarium, is made up of 2,000-square-feet of glass-paneled living space that includes two bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen and common room. The property is currently on the market for $1.5 million.

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Photo courtesy of Architectural Digest.