Architect Frank Garske built only a few homes after returning from his work with Frank Lloyd Wright on Taliesin West. Destroyed by fire in 2006, this work-of-art was re-engineered and rebuilt sparing no expense. The driveway begins with a private bridge, then winds up to the gate and continues on to the front door of this amazing home. Characterized by the absence of right angles, natural woods and hand-laid rock, this home blends comfortably into the natural landscape. Huge boulders cluster outside the living room and form the backdrop for the reflection pool. The handcrafted rock staircase climbs over the fireplace leading to the master suite for a birds eye view of the distant mountains. The master balcony is a perfect place to take in the vast open space all around you. These panoramic views across the 160-acre site inspire creativity, peace and serenity.