Meet the tallest house in the world, Falcon Nest. If living high-in-the-sky was on your wish list today might be your lucky day.
Within the beautiful landscapes of Prescott, Arizona lays the one and only Falcon Nest, aka the tallest house in the world. A 124-foot-tall residence that includes three bedrooms, four baths and outstanding views of the surrounding valley.
Built in 1994 and designed by Phoenix Architect Sukumar Pal, the 6,200-square foot property looks like the ultimate Villan’s lair with its with it’s show-stopping, 2,000-square-foot solarium.
In a sustainable approach, the building’s architecture utilizes many forms of alternative power to limit the energy consumption of its Luxurious amenities. Some of them include a hydraulic elevator that provides access from the ground floor to the sixth, passive solar technology and heating and cooling capabilities.
The main attraction – the solarium – consists of glass paneled living space that comprises two bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen and a common room. Guests at the Falcon Nest can enjoy a 360 degree of the surrounding landscapes, including the San Francisco Peek that is 120 miles away.
Although time has taken some of the beauty of its architecture , the stricking structure and unusual design goes a long way. $1.5 Million definitely seem a fair price to pay for such a stunning residence don’t you think?