Paradise Valley committee takes first blush at Camelback Mountain home

An artist’s rendering of the proposed 10,000 square foot house to be built on Camelback Mountain. /Submitted photo
An artist’s rendering of the proposed 10,000 square foot house to be built on Camelback Mountain. /Submitted photo

By Melissa Fittro | Paradise Valley Independent

A number of concerned neighbors attended a concept review meeting hosted by the Paradise Valley Board of Adjustment at Town Hall Thursday, Sept. 8 to voice concerns over plans of a proposed mansion to be built atop Camelback Mountain.

The property in question, 5507 E. San Miguel Ave., has drawn ire from nearby residents over safety concerns since construction plans for a driveway to the property became public last March.

Records show the proposed site of the 10,000-square-foot home is about 3.44 acres large with a slope of approximately 53 percent, on an undeveloped plot of land.

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An artist’s rendering of the proposed 10,000 square foot house to be built on Camelback Mountain. /Submitted photo

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