Cullum Homes, one of the Valley’s most prestigious homebuilders, is set to debut The Village at Silverleaf, its newest offering in one of the final neighborhoods in the exclusive community in Scottsdale. Interested buyers have already reserved more than half of the 19 homes in this distinctive neighborhood. The Village at Silverleaf Villas and Cottages will range in size from 2,735 to 4,468 square feet and prices start at $2,325,000.
Designed to be “jewel boxes” set adjacent to the world-renowned Silverleaf Clubhouse, the first tee and the driving range, Cullum Homes’ newest homes offer a totally engaging lifestyle. Twelve Villas and seven Club Cottages, designed by world renowned Don Ziebell of Oz Architects and constructed by Cullum, will closely reflect the architecture of the Clubhouse and be clustered in the heart of DC Ranch’s Silverleaf community.
The Village offers buyers a totally unique resort lifestyle within Silverleaf. Just a short distance from the Silverleaf clubhouse, homeowners will live connected to the social and cultural hub of the community. “These homes offer an enviable lifestyle of ease and access,” said Mike Sweeney, Designated Broker of Silverleaf Realty.
“Working in partnership with Don Ziebell’s team at Oz, we have created a series of homes that feel elegant, timeless and totally personal. These homes offer more than design though, we have created a lifestyle unlike anything else in Silverleaf,” said Rod Cullum, one of the founders of Cullum Homes. “The early response to these homes demonstrates how ready families are for a connected lifestyle.”
Since its opening in 2002, Silverleaf has seen strong demand and sales in the community. This neighborhood is the final new single family phase in Silverleaf. There are resale homes and approximately 20 custom home sites remaining in Silverleaf.
Don Ziebell, the founder and president of Oz Architects, collaborated on the design of The Village with Cullum Homes. One of the country’s most notable design professionals, Ziebell was also the architect of the Silverleaf Clubhouse and Spa ten years ago and today he has extended that luxury and craftsmanship into this unique series of homes.
“Over the years, I’ve learned how original French wood doors, or an Italian fireplace can become the feature of a home, the design element that everyone talks about. Completely personal, but with a unique history, these luxurious elements can set a home apart,” said Ziebell.
Ziebell has earned an international reputation for design and his local work includes some of the premier destinations in the Valley – The Royal Palms Resort and Spa in Phoenix, The Hermosa Inn Paradise Valley, and Seven Canyons in Sedona. For DMB, Ziebell has also led the design teams of its signature clubs at Kukui’ula Plantation Clubhouse and Spa in Kauai, Hawaii and Glenwild Golf Club in Park City, Utah.